Palo Alto Firewall: External Dynamic Lists

Palo Alto Firewall: External Dynamic Lists

This is part of the Palo Posts how-to guides for getting the most from your Palo Alto firewall on a home or small business network. Overview I recently attended Palo Alto’s annual Ignite conference for the first time.  It was a great experience for learning 

Palo Alto Firewall: Home Network

Palo Alto Firewall: Home Network

This is part of the Palo Posts how-to guides for getting the most from your Palo Alto firewall on a home or small business network. My very own Palo Alto! I’m a big fan of Palo Alto Networks firewalls due to their focus on security 

Seeing Red: The Fun Stuff

Seeing Red: The Fun Stuff

The Fun Stuff: Privilege Escalation, Exfiltration, and Persistence This is part of a series of posts that walk through an attack.  To start from the beginning, click here. In the last post, we successfully exploited our Victim using a client-side attack targeting an old version of Microsoft 

Seeing Red: Exploitation

Seeing Red: Exploitation

Exploitation: Client-side Attack This is part of a series of posts that walk through an attack.  To start from the beginning, click here. In the last post, we performed some basic reconnaissance on our target machine and determined its operating system, running services, and even what browser 

Seeing Red: Reconnaissance

Seeing Red: Reconnaissance

Reconnaissance: Know Your Target This is part of a series of posts that walk through an attack.  To start from the beginning, click here. In the last post, we got a brief overview of Kali Linux and some of its capabilities.  In this part, we’ll start 

Seeing Red: Tools of the Trade

Seeing Red: Tools of the Trade

Seeing Red This is part of a series of posts that walk through an attack. In an ideal world, information security teams are comprised of both a dedicated Red Team (attackers or offensive side) and a Blue Team (incident responders or defensive side).  I’ve never