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|>|Penetration tests: Exposing real world attacks  
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> Description HSC's pentest presentation and their advantages compared to classic vulnerability scanning.  
> Context & Dates Talk presented during Security Day 2011, on 9 February 2011.
 
> Author Jean-Baptiste Aviat (Jean-Baptiste.Aviat@hsc.fr), Renaud Dubourguais (Renaud.Dubourguais@hsc.fr) 
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What is a pentest?
Security assessment (1/3)
Security assessment (2/3)
Security assessment (3/3)
Technical staff awareness
Decision makers awareness
Case study
At first sight
Guessing the infrastructure...
After browsing for a few minutes
What does it look like now?
SQL Injection issue
In the vulnerabilities summary...
Weak passwords policy
In the vulnerabilities summary...
No filtering on file extensions (1/2)
No filtering on file extensions (2/2)
In the vulnerabilities summary...
Where are we now?
Bounce to the SQL Server
In the vulnerabilities summary...
Where are we now?
Compromising the Active Directory
In the vulnerabilities summary...
Where are we now?
Conclusion  
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