droning an Admin

23:34 Mar 30, 2019
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Computers: Systems, Networks
English term or phrase: droning an Admin
- [Narrator] This Use Case video describes a scenario where Privilege Escalation is used during an attack.
- [Speaker] Most people assume that to perform Privilege Escalation,
requires you to be a very skilled type of attacker.
We're going to prove that is not the case.
Also, if my machine is up to date and fully patched and safe
we are also going to prove that is not the case.
You definitely want to be patched. Because that increases
your defenses, otherwise you are going to fall
for even the silliest and simplest attack.
But that is not the case,
also but if I'm fully patched and I'm not really Admin
or I'm not droning an Admin, then I am safe.
Thierry Darlis
United States
Local time: 13:54


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1espionner un administrateur
Anne Bohy


  

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droning an admin
espionner un administrateur


Explanation:
Cela me semble être le sens : si tous les correctifs sont installés, si l'attaquant n'a pas les droits d'administrateur et s'il n'a pas espionné un administrateur (pour récupérer son mot de passe), alors le système résistera aux attaques.

Anne Bohy
France
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