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From Zero to Domain Admin

This report will go through an intrusion from July that began with an email, which included a link to Google’s Feed Proxy service that was used to download a malicious Word document. Upon the user enabling macros, a Hancitor dll was executed, which called the usual suspect, Cobalt Strike.

Various different enumeration and lateral movement tactics were observed on the network, along with the exploitation of Zerologon to elevate to domain administrator and gain full control over the domain. The threat actor was able to go from zero access to domain admin, in just under one hour.

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