~2mth

"Can you spot the mistake here? How does the client get the Terminal Services public key? The answer is: It comes pre-installed. That means it is the same key on every system. And that means the private key is also always the same! So it can be extracted from any Windows installation. In fact, we don’t even need to do that, since by now Microsoft has decided to officially publish it and we can simply look it up at microsoft.com[8]. " - from https://www.exploit-db.com/docs/41621.pdf

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