TrustedSec Moves Headquarters to Fairlawn

March 15, 2021
Groundbreaking Event with City Officials on March 22 Internationally prominent cybersecurity company TrustedSec is moving its operations to Fairlawn, Ohio. We announced our plan to move our headquarters to Fairlawn, Ohio in early 2020. Those plans are finally coming to life, starting with our groundbreaking on Monday, March 22! Below is our official press release...

New Service Launched in Response to Hafnium Attacks

March 10, 2021
Over the last several days, many organizations have been affected by the Microsoft Exchange Hafnium attacks. As a result, TrustedSec’s Incident Response team has gained a lot of experience in a very short time on how to respond to these attacks and what to look for. Many of the compromised servers we have examined were...

TrustedSec Approved as a CMMC Registered Provider Organization!

February 25, 2021
TrustedSec has been approved by the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) Accreditation Body ( as a Registered Provider Organization. In line with our mission of increasing the security posture of organizations around the world, TrustedSec is pleased to be a part of the program aimed at improving and ensuring the security maturity of the Defense...

CMMC Small Business Funding Roundup

February 23, 2021
TrustedSec works with clients of all sizes on Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) readiness engagements, but recently we’ve received a few questions on how smaller organizations can help to offset some of the costs related to CMMC compliance. There are three (3) typical paths for small organizations to obtain financial assistance regarding CMMC activities. We...

COFFLoader: Building your own in memory loader or how to run BOFs

February 22, 2021
Intro Have you heard of the new Beacon Object File (BOF) hotness? Have you ever thought that you should be able to run those outside of Cobalt Strike? Well, if that’s the case, you came to the right place. In this post, we’ll go through the basic steps of understanding and building an in-memory loader...

Who Left the Backdoor Open? Using Startupinfo for the Win

February 18, 2021
In the endless quest to research additional Windows system forensic artifacts to use during an Incident Response investigation, I stumbled across something I thought was cool. This definitely wasn’t a new artifact, it was just a specific native Windows XML file that I wasn’t aware of. I noticed this file was not commonly used from...
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