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Using Outlook Forms for Lateral Movement and Persistence

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During a recent investigation, CrowdStrike Services team identified an adversary attack method, used for lateral movement and persistence. The attack leveraged customized forms – not macros – in Microsoft Outlook that allowed Visual Basic code to execute on a system just by opening or previewing an email message. Read more about it in this blog post.

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