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How to Stop Pass-the-Hash Attacks on Windows Desktops

Posted June 2, 2014    Morey Haber

The recent publication of attack techniques and the lack of preventative tools have forced enterprises to rely on ineffective techniques to mitigate this risk. Fortunately, by removing administrative rights from all users and leveraging a Windows privilege management solution like PowerBroker for Windows, you can mitigate this risk throughout your organisation. Some of these techniques…

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Marc Maiffret Interviewed on CNN: the ‘hacking war’ between the US and Syria

Posted September 4, 2013    Mike Yaffe

Last week CNN broadcast an investigative story about a potential ‘hacking war’ between the US and Syria, in light of possible US military strikes on Syria.  They wanted to know more about the ‘Syrian Electronic Army’, which shut down the NY Times website last week.  So the CNN team called on Marc to help explain…

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