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MouseJacking (With Flipper Zero): Tales from Pen Testing Trenches

As a continuation in our series of penetration testing stories (who doesn’t love those) we bring you MouseJacking (With Flipper Zero). Check out the first blog post in the series here here. In this engagement, we were successfully able to compromise a network utilizing an old attack vector – MouseJacking. MouseJacking was first brought to

Local Administrator Accounts

Local administrator accounts are commonly used in Active Directory/internal networks to manage individual computers. These accounts have full control over the local computer, which can be a security risk if used carelessly. The use of local administrator accounts should be minimized to reduce the potential security vulnerabilities they pose to the network. One of the