Windows Privilege Escalation for OSCP & Beyond!
- 1.5 hours on-demand video
- 3 downloadable resources
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- Certificate of Completion
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- Multiple methods for escalating privileges on a Windows system.
- In depth explanations of why and how these methods work.
- Tools which can help identify potential privilege escalation vulnerabilities on a Windows system.
- A setup script you can run on a (free) trial version of Windows 10, creating an intentionally vulnerable VM to practice privilege escalation on.
- A basic understanding of Windows systems
This course teaches privilege escalation in Windows, from basics such as how permissions work, to in-depth coverage and demonstrations of actual privilege escalation techniques. The course comes with a full set of slides (150+), and a script which can be used by students to create an intentionally vulnerable Windows 10 configuration to practice their own privilege escalation skills on. This is a 100% privilege escalation course, with absolutely no filler!
Please note that this course is aimed at students currently taking, or planning to take the OSCP, and thus covers more common forms of privilege escalation. Some extra methods are included, and more methods may be added in the future, however this course was not designed to cover every possible (or obscure) method.
- Beginner and intermediate ethical hackers.
- Students currently taking or planning to take the PWK/OSCP course.
An introduction to your lecturer and what the course covers, as well as some basic information about how to read commands in the slides. The slides contain all the information from the video lectures, as well as step-by-step instructions for performing the privilege escalations, and are attached as a downloadable resource to this video, along with the tools.zip archive which will be useful for upcoming demos.
Disclaimer: Several files within the tools.zip archive attached to this lecture may trigger your AntiVirus software. Please note that none of the files contained within the archive are viruses, spyware, or other malware. Rather, some of the files (e.g. cve-2018-8120-x64.exe, potato.exe, juicypotato.zip, JuicyPotato.exe, RoguePotato.exe, and PrintSpoofer.exe) are exploits which are used on the course to perform some kind of privilege escalation. As known exploits, they tend to trigger AntiVirus software in order to try and prevent their use.
A guide on how to set up the lab for this course. You should have a copy of Kali Linux (or your preferred pentesting distribution) ready. The lecture involves copying across the setup script from Kali to a Windows 10 VM and running that script in order to (intentionally) misconfigure Windows.
This lecture explains how to spawn shells running as the Administrator or SYSTEM user. Note that the reverse.exe binary generated in this lecture is used multiple times in the upcoming demos, so it is recommended that you generate a version suited to your IP address at this point!