[WEB SECURITY] Hacking Citrix and Terminal Server Techniques List

Shlomi Narkolayev shlominar at gmail.com
Thu Feb 4 00:56:40 EST 2010


It maybe isn't web applications security issues, but still want to share
this list with you (I know it would be helpful for some of you).
I started a list of hacking techniques for bypassing Citrix and Terminal
server hardening.

Here it is:

You are invited to add some more using comments.

Kind Regards,
Narkolayev Shlomi.

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