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21 November 2013


Amazing post, i really admire spiderlabs researches. I learned a lot.

Last week I did a pentest and I was able to obtain NTDS.dit file using this technique that I wrote in my personal blog:

I just wanna share it with you, I guess this way is easier than creating a volume shadow copy.


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