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OutkastN8 posted a topic in Business and Enterprise ITOk so I work in a domain environment and one of my machines has somehow lost domain trust relationship. I attempted to reset the account in AD and no luck so then I think no big deal Ill log in as a local admin and then rejoin it right? Wrong. I log in as the local admin account that is standard on our network when we image a machine and somehow it is no longer part of the group "administrators." So I have a few backup accounts to try.. One being a admin account for our help desk and one service account for auditing and other use. Both of these accounts are also either not part of the local administrators group anymore or they have been disabled. I tried unplugging the network cable and logging in as well as power-shell scripts and other things from safe-mode but so far cannot get admin level access. I can login to the desktop but im stuck. How do you think these accounts got removed from the administrators group and how the machine randomly lost domain trust? Were we hacked?
Hi all, I have myself a stack of various routers; an old BT Hub 2, Hub 6, an original TALKTALK router, some random router that looks like it's from the 90's (I forget the model), etc. People give me their old stuff to play with because they know I'm a massive nerd in my spare time Pentesting the router password hash is easy enough with Aircrack, however I can't find much information about how one goes about capturing the admin password hash of a router (or plain text, if it's old and crappy like the random router I suspect may be!) So a basic question; What tools / methods are used for capturing admin router passwords? I plan on having a play with each router over the weekend. I did an online search for information, but the search just yielded lots of rubbish news articles with no actual useful information. Thanks guys.