Pentesting Azure Applications (No Starch)
Wednesday, 26 September 2018

This is a comprehensive guide to penetration testing cloud services deployed in Microsoft Azure. The book is packed with real-world examples from author Matt Burrough's experience as a corporate penetration tester. It also includes sample scripts from pen-tests and "Defenders Tips" that explain how companies can reduce risk, and provides a clear overview of how to effectively perform security tests so that you can provide the most accurate assessments possible.

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Author: Matt Burrough
Publisher: No Starch Press
Date: July 2018
Pages: 216
ISBN: 978-1593278632
Print: 1593278632
Kindle: B072SS34CP
Audience: Azure developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Security

  • Find security issues related to multi-factor authentication and management certificates
  • Make sense of Azure's services by using PowerShell commands to find IP addresses, administrative users, and firewall rules
  • Discover security configuration errors that could lead to exploits against Azure storage and keys
  • Uncover weaknesses in virtual machine settings that enable you to and acquire passwords, binaries, code, and settings files
  • Penetrate networks by enumerating firewall rules
  • Investigate specialized services like Azure Key Vault and Azure Websites
  • Know when you might be caught by viewing logs and security events

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