Why doesn't ESAE protect from Pass-the-Hash?

Over reliance on Microsoft ESAE (Red Forest) will not prevent Pass the Hash attacks - businesses need to know that there are alternatives which are not as complex or costly and address the problem at its root.

by Dan Conrad

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