Office 365/Azure Pentest Tools
I’m not going to talk about these… yet… and there’s duplicates because I think it’s useful to see where they can be used in different scenarios. Expect this list to grow!Read more “Office 365/Azure Pentest Tools”
I’m not going to talk about these… yet… and there’s duplicates because I think it’s useful to see where they can be used in different scenarios. Expect this list to grow!Read more “Office 365/Azure Pentest Tools” →
Penetration testing, adversary simulation, red teaming, purple teaming, rainbow teaming, call if what you like, the security outcome we are working towards is:
This is to support the organisations mission, vision, goals, and objectives. Cyber security is to support and enable the organisation’s capability to execute digital services in a safe manner.Read more “Practical Security Assurance” →
Whilst conducting security testing and assurance activities, I went looking to show logon events in Office 365. My first query was on IdentityEvents, this led to a view of a multi month attack by a threat actor/s against a tenent, followed by exploring the rabbit hole of logs and computer systems. This blog summarises some of the methods and findings when considering threat hunting and authentication defences for Office 365. (bear with me I am tired so this might need a bit of a tune up later!)Read more “Defending Against Direct Authentication Attacks in Microsoft Office 365” →
I’ve been working with all kinds of different organisations over the years, and I keep running into similar scenarios. The current state of the majority of organisations security postures are simply (as a broad-brush statement) far riskier than they need to be.
Conversely there are a range of common challenges I find in almost every org:Read more “The Cyber Acid Test” →