Extract pictures from a Steps Recorder file

For those who don’t know, there is a pretty cool feature built-in in Windows since Windows Vista/Windows Server 2008 called Steps Recorder. It is there by default in your Windows folder: %windir%\system32\psr.exe. When you run it, it will capture a screenshot of each click that you perform on the system where it runs (if you…

0

Good news everyone! We are under brute force attack!

The title is a tribute to Professor Farnsworth… I mentioned it because my jokes usually never land… And just to make it clear, this post is not a guidance on what to do in case of brute force attacks (bummer… eh?), it is a just testimony of my recent experience with the topic and how…

2

🐶🐶🐶 Credential theft made easy with Kerberos delegation

Yes it takes just 2 lines of PowerShell to impersonate whoever you want… A small preamble: things discussed here are not hacking techniques, nor innovative ways to impersonate a user. These are intended behaviors, and they all have been around for a very long time. Why talk about it now? Because as a part of my job, I…

6

Do I really need ADFS?

Update 2018-01-06: Lots of new things came up so I updated this article. Update 2018-04-10: Few updates again, thanks to your contributions!  I often hear and read misconceptions on whether or not you should or must deploy an ADFS farm when Office 365 is in the picture. So I will try to give you my…

30