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Zerologon: Instant Elevation to Domain Admin

Zerologon, also known as CVE-2020-1472, has taken the security world by storm the last several weeks. Initially discovered by researchers at Secura and

Introducing redlure by Schneider Downs

Phishing assessments have always been, and will continue to be, a critical part of our penetration testing and red teaming methodology, and one of the

Russian Hackers Indicted in Pittsburgh

Two Russian nationals, Maksim Yakubets and Igor Turashev, were indicted in Pittsburgh on December 5th, for involvement in international multimillion-dollar

Using Your Mail Server Against You

Occasionally on penetration testing/ethical hacking engagements we encounter misconfigured mail servers which creates an opportunity to either gather information

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Understanding Cyberthreats in our Energy Infrastructure

Cybercrime Motive Most cyberattacks are simply motivated by money – revenue from cybercrime has reached nearly $1.5 trillion per year. The majority

Phishing, Don't Take the Bait!

We’ve all heard about phishing by now. It’s the attack vector of choice for many hackers – in which the weapon used is a simple email.

Optimizing your two-factor authentication security

Often when discussing cybersecurity threats like phishing and initial points of compromise with clients, we’ll hear something along the lines of,

Internet of Things: Keeping Security in Focus

At Schneider Downs, we understand that the continuous advancement of technology fuels a corresponding expansion in the variety of internet-connected systems

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