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Forewarned is Forearmed: Detecting Windows Registry Attacks
About this webinar
You probably know that hackers have been using the registry’s Run and RunOnce keys for decades to automatically start their malware when a user logs on. While those keys are still being used in attacks, there are many others you need to know about as well. In this webinar, Windows security expert Randy Franklin Smith shines a light into several dark corners of the registry that bad guys are now exploiting.
In particular, we’ll review how the bad guys are exploiting the registry for privilege elevation, and the most recent way bad guys are leveraging the registry — as a storage location for their code, making their malware file-less.
In this webinar, Randy will show:
- Where to find up-to-date and complete lists of registry keys used for persistence – a list that keeps growing as years go by
- Utilities for monitoring the registry
- How to use Windows Auditing and the Security Log to monitor the registry
- How bad guys hide code in the registry
- Ways bad guys have elevated their privileges via vulnerable registry keys
- How bad guys have injected malicious DLLs into legitimate processes via other registry keys
CEO, Monterey Technology Group, Inc.
Active Directory 101: Install and Configure AD Domain Services
This webinar covers the first section of Exam 70-742, which focuses on effective installation and administration of Active Directory. In addition to providing step-by-step training from an AD expert, the session also explores the potential pitfalls of AD configuration and ways to ensure your configuration enhances the security of your IT environment.
Register for this session to learn:
- How to install and configure domain controllers (DCs)
- Best practices for creating AD users and computers
- How to effectively approach AD group and organizational unit (OU) management
- How Netwrix Auditor’s reporting functionality can help you identify security gaps in your AD configuration and maintain good IT hygiene