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2018-08-21 | Microsoft uncovers Russia operation targeting US political institutions, Raining Creds on an Exchange box, and Burp Suite’s new REST API

 

Tuesday, August 21

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  • Often times, you can get a shell on an Exchange box, run mimikatz, and it RAINS clear-text creds. But obviously not all those users are interactively logging onto the Exchange system. Anyone know what mechanism is storing so many plaintext creds on Exchange boxes specifically? - @_wald0

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