In this webinar, we will explore a new attack vector that CyberArk Labs has discovered and dubbed “golden SAML.” The vector enables an attacker to create a golden SAML, which is basically a forged SAML “authentication object,” and authenticate across every service that uses SAML 2.0 protocol as an SSO mechanism.
Our team from CyberArk Labs will discuss how in a golden SAML attack, attackers can gain access to any application that supports SAML authentication (e.g. Azure, AWS, vSphere, etc.) with any privileges they desire and be any user on the targeted application (even one that is non-existent in the application in some cases).
We’ll then demonstrate our new tool, shimit, that implements a golden SAML in order to compromise an AWS account from within a Microsoft domain.