This blog contains information about the Windows LSA Spoofing vulnerability. As soon as we have an update, we’ll add it to this post. More information about possible risks and details can be found at the bottom of this blog.
Update August 13, 2021
12:00 | Earlier this week, Microsoft patched a number of vulnerabilities during their regular Patch Tuesday. Among others, the PetitPotam NTLM Relay vulnerability was resolved.
For CVE-2021-36942 (Windows LSA Spoofing Vulnerability), which can be combined with PetitPotam, the likelihood/impact has today been scaled up by the Dutch NCSC from medium/high to high/high. The change in rating is related to proof of concept code that is now available.
We recommend installing the latest updates from Microsoft, paying specific attention to Domain Controllers.
Reason and background of this blog
This blog contains information about vulnerabilities, the possible risk and advice on how to prevent or limit damage. Below are the possible risks, details and background information.
According to Microsoft and the NCSC, this vulnerability can lead to the following:
- Privilege Escalation
- Remote Code Execution
- Access to sensitive data
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