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8:34 AM
usually via Active Directory - the world does not revolve around Windows. It is highly unusual for Linux systems to do this via Active Directory. — Andrew Savinykh 11 hours ago
"hurr durr I know Linux exists!"
Raise your hand if you believe that >95% of companies with 500 employees or more and daily reliance on computers use Active Directory
@nobody What the actual fuck?
So if I just don't like someone and call the police on them for a bullshit reason ("They're loud past 10pm"), they get evicted?
 
8:56 AM
@MechMK1 That's a very low estimate.
 
I wanted to be conservative
 
I would even say that when people talk about LDAP, one should assume they talk about AD's implementation.
 
Most likely, yes
I will phrase it differently: I've neve done an internal pentest of a company that didn't use Active Directory.
And all the companies that did employ "Linux Desktop" in some way or another did so either via VM or via dedicated machines for specific tasks
 
 
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12:02 PM
@MechMK1 Me neither ;)
 
 
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10:48 PM
Apparently people can get access to /root when they're not supposed to, because of this: cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CVE-2021-33909 Does anyone know how it works?
 

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