Remediating LDAP security issues is important because the default configurations on domain controllers (DCs) and clients are open to various attacks. Learn how to remediate those issues.
Applications that use Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) are prevalent in virtually every organization that uses Active Directory (AD). Unfortunately, the default AD configuration provides opportunities for insecure LDAP connections. These defaults have come into focus because of common, widely available AD attack tools such as NTLMRelayX. (For more information about NTLMRelayX, see How to