Windows Red Team Lab
Red Team Lab Objective
Most enterprise networks today are managed using Windows Active Directory and it is imperative for a security professional to understand the threats to the Windows infrastructure. Our Windows Red Team Lab is designed to provide a platform for security professionals to understand, analyze and practice threats and attacks against a modern Windows network infrastructure.
Our Red Teaming Exercises simulate real world attack-defense scenarios and require you to start with a non-admin user account in the domain and work your way up to enterprise admin of multiple forests. The focus is on exploiting the variety of overlooked domain features and not just software vulnerabilities.
The lab has multiple interesting tasks that are designed and built upon years of the author’s experience of red teaming windows environments. These labs are harder than those the author uses for his BlackHat USA 2018 and BlackHat Europe 2018 trainings. Every lab task is comprised of multiple challenges like active directory enumeration, local and forest privilege escalation, network pivoting, application whitelisting bypass, active user simulation, Kerberos delegation issues, SQL Servers, forest trusts and more! Whether you are a beginner, a seasoned red teamer, or a veteran blue teamer, the lab has something for everyone!
All students will be provided with 3.5 hours of video course material. This will be cover important concepts required to begin with the lab