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The Active Directory Botnet

BLACK HAT USA 2017 -- It's a nightmare of an implementation error with no easy fix. Ty Miller and Paul Kalinin from Threat Intelligence Pty. Ltd. visit the Dark Reading News Desk to explain why and how an attacker could build and operate an entire botnet inside your organization. Not just one bot; the entire botnet.

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