The SCYTHE team has been hard at work on our new release and we are proud to present the next major evolution of the SCYTHE Continuous Red Team Automation platform.
Many of the conveniences brought via modern tools, operating systems, and applications also bring means for an adversary to execute actions while under the guise of a valid service. This is seen distinctly in the increased use of Fileless Malware.
On Monday (August 27, 2018) a Local Privilege Escalation (LPE) 0-day was released which reportedly affects Windows 10 and Server 2016, at a minimum. We investigated this to understand the vulnerability, the current Proof of Concept (PoC) exploit, and wanted to write it up in terms which explain the actual risk to organizations.
Today, SCYTHE unveiled unique enhancements to the SCYTHE attack simulation platform. This release allows measuring effectiveness of an enterprise’s security controls with granularity and prioritizing areas for real action across the entire enterprise against your people, technology or processes easier than ever before. Highlights: