Intro and Background

We released BloodHound in 2016. Since then, BloodHound has been used by attackers and defenders alike to identify and analyze attack paths in on-prem Active Directory environments. Now, I am very proud to announce the release of BloodHound 4.0: The Azure Update.

This release is authored by myself (Andy Robbins), Rohan Vazarkar, and Ryan Hausknecht, with special thanks to Will Schroeder and Lee Christensen.

This release wouldn’t be possible without prior work from several individuals and teams, in particular when it comes to understanding the architecture of Azure and the relevant configuration-based attack primitives available in that system. At the forefront of research into Azure attacks is Karl Fosaaen and his team at NetSPI. …


Andy Robbins

Adversary Resilience at SpecterOps

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