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Researchers in Germany have invented a new hack that can allow someone to break the encryption of PDF files and access their content — or even forge signed PDF files under certain circumstances. A team from Ruhr University Bochum, FH Münster University of Applied Sciences and Hackmanit GmbH developed the attack, called PDFex, that can […]

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Hardly a day that goes by before some website reports a credential-stuffing attack where harvested usernames and passwords are used to gain access to sensitive information. Lately it was tax software site TurboTax where attackers accessed users’ tax information. This underscores the risk of password reuse. Organizations need a strong password policy to encourage good […]

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Mimikatz is a leading post-exploitation tool that dumps passwords from memory, as well as hashes, PINs and Kerberos tickets. Other useful attacks it enables are pass-the-hash, pass-the-ticket or building Golden Kerberos tickets. This makes post-exploitation lateral movement within a network easy for attackers. Mimikatz, described by the author as just “a little tool to play […]

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