Make and Impersonate Token

Adversaries may make and impersonate tokens to escalate privileges and bypass access controls. If an adversary has a username and password but the user is not logged onto the system, the adversary can then create a logon session for the user using the LogonUser function. The function will return a copy of the new session's access token and the adversary can use SetThreadToken to assign the token to a thread.

Abusing S4U2Self: Another Sneaky Active Directory Persistence - AlsidIntroduction As part as the recent publication of Elad Shamir’s work on Kerberos delegation (“Wagging the Dog – Abusing Resource-Based Constrained Delegation to Attack Active Directory”), Alsid is publishing a series of blogposts deepening the uncovered new attack vectors and shedding a light on pragmatic solution for Blue Teams trying to measure the impact

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