7 Minute Security is a weekly information security podcast focusing on penetration testing, blue teaming and building a career in security. The podcast also features in-depth interviews with industry leaders who share their insights, tools, tips and tricks for being a successful security engineer.
7MS #442: Tales of Internal Network Pentest Pwnage - Part 23
This is my favorite tale of internal pentest pwnage to date because it features good blue team controls, MFA bypass, EDR bypass attempts, and a new path to DA I've never used before!
7MS #441: SharpGPOAbuse
This episode features some cool new tools we're trying out in the lab (DetectionLab, BadBlood and CobaltStrike) and focuses on SharpGPOAbuse - a cool tool to abuse "generic write" permissions on GPOs!
7MS #440: Tales of Internal Network Pentest Pwnage - Part 22
This episode features another fun tale of pentest pwnage and a CrackMapExec bit of info that might get you near-instant DA access!
7MS #439: Cyber News - Ransomware is Definitely Still a Thing Edition
Our buddy Joe "The Machine" Skeen shares some great security stories this week, including: sneaky ransomware (and tips to defend against it), Azure AD outages, and a tool that may let you do super quick stop-gap patching!
7MS #438: PCI Professional Certification (PCIP) - Part 4
I passed the Payment Card Industry Professional cert! This episode is all about the study materials I found helpful, as well as what the test-taking experience (at home) was like.
7MS #437: Homecoming and Home ioT Security - Part 3
Today we talk about some more cool/free tools to monitor/secure all your ioTs, including Home Assistant and Prometheus. Plus, we tackle the following question: with so many of our ioTs tied to some cloud app/service, how do I keep these accounts themselves as secure as possible?
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I thought I knew a few things about being a windows admin until Brian showed me a new world. I was board with where I was now I want to move into security.
The podcaster has too many pauses and doesn’t keep the momentum up when telling the story, reviews, etc. it’s like listening to someone telling a story while they are driving in traffic or taking a poop. content is entertaining.
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