Windows Defense Evasion – Lateral Movement Techniques | Red Team Series 13-13
In the final video of our Hackersploit Red Team series we will take a look at Windows Defense Evasion and lateral movement techniques. We will cover elevating privileges, running hashdump, using mimikatz, and more.
0:27 What We’ll Be Covering
0:50 What is Lateral Movement
2:39 MITRE Attack Lateral Movement Techniques
4:42 How to Elevate our Privileges
6:40 How to Run Hashdump
6:57 How to Use mimikatz
7:04 Using lsa_dump to Obtain passwords
7:57 Obtaining Access via RDP
13:03 How to Use PsExec
19:03 Obtaining Access via Password Hashes
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