In-Place Upgrade to Windows 10 1909 November 2019 Update (19H2) with MDT

2019-11-12: Microsoft have confirmed on Twitter that there will be no updated ADK for Windows 10 1909, so keep using ADK 1903 with the fix as noted below. 2019-10-24: At the time of writing there is no ADK for Windows 10 1909 November 2019 Update (19H2), so I've tested this walkthrough using the ADK for... Continue Reading →

Bash Bunny Payload: Garfield steals passwords with LaZagne

The Bash Bunny is a USB attack platform developed by Hak5 a security research group. It's a  device that looks like a USB memory stick, except it is a small computer running a Debian based Linux OS with a desktop class SSD and a quad core ARM processor. It can be configured to be a... Continue Reading →

Elevating Permissions To Disable Windows Defender

I’ve been developing a new payload for the Bash Bunny using external tools but a lot of them get flagged by Windows Defender - so I turned my attention to disabling Windows Defender and found some interesting information. I wanted to disable Windows Defender temporarily, just enough time to run the attack and then re-enable... Continue Reading →

Updating “Weird Al” Yankovic’s track It’s All About The Pentiums

I'm a big Weird Al fan, and going through some of his work I came across 'It's All About The Pentiums'. If you're not aware Weird Al Yankovic is a musician and comedian. He writes parodies of popular songs and has been for the last few decades. I thought I could update this track in... Continue Reading →

Bash Bunny Primer

The Bash Bunny is a USB attack platform developed by Hak5 a security research group specialising in the development of network/system penetration testing tools and educational content. If you'd like to find out more information, you can find them here: Twitter | YouTube | Hak5.org The Bash Bunny is an excellent pentesting tool. It looks... Continue Reading →

Deploying A Windows 10 1909 November 2019 Update (19H2) Reference Image with MDT

2019-11-12: Microsoft have confirmed on Twitter that there will be no updated ADK for Windows 10 1909, so keep using ADK 1903 with the fix as noted below. 2019-10-05: At the time of writing there is no ADK for Windows 10 1909 November 2019 Update (19H2), so I've tested this walkthrough using the ADK for... Continue Reading →

Building A Windows 10 1909 November 2019 Update (19H2) Reference Image with MDT

2019-11-12: Microsoft have confirmed on Twitter that there will be no updated ADK for Windows 10 1909, so keep using ADK 1903 with the fix as noted below. 2019-10-05: At the time of writing there is no ADK for Windows 10 1909 November 2019 Update (19H2), so I've tested this walkthrough using the ADK for... Continue Reading →

Network Device Status Monitor (NDSM) Update v2.0

Download it from GitHub, the Microsoft TechNet Gallery and the PowerShell Gallery. Big update to Network Device Status Monitor (NDSM) utility. Changes in 2.0: Added Microsoft Teams as an output location using a webhook. Here's a walkthrough on how to create a webhook for your Teams instance. MS teams is limited to 10 devices. Not sure... Continue Reading →

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