Penetration Testing
(In)Secure Citrix Configs Jun 28 2012 05:46PM
!s3grim (persephane gmx eu) (1 replies)
Re: (In)Secure Citrix Configs Jun 29 2012 04:54AM
Ryan Graves (rgraves22 gmail com) (1 replies)
You can use a misconfigured net scaler or perhaps an application vulnerability as a pivot point into a local host or server on the network. Xenapp technically runs locally through terminal services.

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On Jun 28, 2012, at 10:46 AM, "!s3grim" <persephane (at) gmx (dot) eu [email concealed]> wrote:

> Hi guys,
>
> does anyone know any ressources about the security of citrix environments?
> Anything like the basic security model, like configuration places and usual
> 'misconfigurations'?
> Maybe there is also a hardening guide or something about config caveats?
>
> I'd appreciate any useful information.
>
> !s3grim
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Re: (In)Secure Citrix Configs Jun 29 2012 04:57AM
Ivan .Heca (ivanhec gmail com)


 

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