Monthly Archives: November 2013

Injecting Logon Credentials With PowerShell

In this article I will introduce a new script, Inject-LogonCredentials, that uses PowerShell (specifically, the Invoke-ReflectivePEInjection script) to inject credentials in memory. I’ll start with a brief review of the current commonly used methods of using stolen credentials. Doing a

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PowerShell and Token Impersonation

This post will discuss bringing incognito-like functionality to PowerShell in the form of a new PowerShell script (Invoke-TokenManipulation), with some important differences. I’ll split this post up in to three sections: An overview on tokens and Windows authentication An overview

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