Monthly Archives: July 2022

Jumphost Security

Let’s go quickly through an example in which an attacker has code execution on a Windows 10 box and opens a proxy channel to an attacker machine. The attacker then uses ‘proxychains’ which ingests all network output from defined tools on the attacker machine into the proxy tunnel to the Windows 10 box.

With that, we will be able to start an RDP session on the attacker machine, proxy it through the Win10 machine to the local Domain Controller.

The result of that is a Domain Controller that only sees an RDP connection coming from the Win10 box and no MSTSC process on this Win10 box. Please, read the last sentence again. This makes the detection of the attacker steps harder

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