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Title: Despliegue, vulnerabilidades y protección de un directorio activo
Author: Caballero Alvarez, Javier
Tutor: Rifà-Pous, Helena  
Miguel Moneo, Jorge  
Abstract: With the rise and growth of the economy, many companies are deciding to have their set of services connected to the users through an Active Directory (hereafter AD, from Active Directory). An AD contains information about objects on the network and makes them easily discoverable and usable by users and administrators, the AD uses a structured data container as the basis for the logical hierarchical organisation of the information in the AD. For this reason, it will be necessary to establish security measures to protect this service from potential cyber criminals. This work presents different techniques of penetration and elevation of privileges in an AD, used by cybercriminals from an attacking machine; it also shows how to execute them in a simulated environment and, finally, it presents how to protect the systems from these techniques and emphasises the importance of security in an AD to maintain the services offered by the company in a secure way. This work will help the group of offensive professionals to learn about the most common vulnerabilities of an AD and to learn how to take full control of it; at the same time, it will help the professionals in charge of defending the service by showing them how to defend this type of vulnerabilities; it will also expose the weaknesses and strengths of having an AD in a company.
Keywords: deployment
information security
Document type: info:eu-repo/semantics/bachelorThesis
Issue Date: Jan-2023
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