This kind of solution works because only authorised privileged users have access to the network. External attacks can be blocked at the perimeter, and endpoints are protected from the inside. The PAW servers themselves are hardened and monitored, so malicious activity can be quickly detected and terminated.
If the network is compromised, PAW implementations provide the necessary controls to limit the impact on an organisation. Users are automatically redirected to a recovery system that will provide a recovery token. This temporary token is used to regain access to an application. Alternatively, access can be permitted on a controlled basis. Network administrators can choose whether they want to provide access to a specific application or a specific privileged account.
PAW solutions provide the tools to limit an adversary’s access and ability to steal sensitive information. A PAW is an essential tool for securing corporate data and applications, and should be implemented in all multi-user networks.
The Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service (RADIUS) standard implements the security controls for privilege separation, separated access to privileged accounts and remote administration management.
The Net A vulnerable service is a Mockingbird-type attack against the RADIUS server, and exploits RFC 4252 section 8.1.2 where a pub/sub transport is permitted, with a packet format that allows the authentication request to authenticate any user with the appropriate credentials. The same vulnerability has also been used by the WILD WUB family of ransomware.
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