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Oddvar Moe

Principal Security Consultant

Oddvar Moe has worked in the IT industry since 1999. Initially, he began as a Microsoft consultant, helping a variety of public and private clients to implement Microsoft technology, before he sharpened his focused on security in 2012 as a malware reverser at a Security Operations Center. Since 2013, Oddvar has worked dedicatedly with offensive security either doing penetration tests or red teams. 

Oddvar has also taught many different courses and has been an active Microsoft Certified Trainer for many years. Within the setup of Microsoft technologies, Oddvar has expertise in products such as Advanced Threat Analytics, Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection, AppLocker, System Center Configuration Manager, Deployment Toolkit, Active Directory, Group Policy, Exchange, Windows operating systems, and Remote Desktop Services. Oddvar currently works as a red teamer in the Targeted Operations Group at TrustedSec. While red teaming for Fortune 100 companies, Oddvar has gained a lot of experience from some of the most secure customers in the world. In total, he has more than 20 years of working experience in the IT industry and is passionate about Windows Security—so passionate, in fact, that Microsoft has awarded him the Most Valuable Professional Award for eight (8) years in row.


  • Microsoft MVP
  • GIAC Penetration Tester (GPEN)
  • Microsoft Certified Professional (MSCP)
  • Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS)
  • Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA)
  • Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE)
  • Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator (MCSA)

As a speaker, Oddvar has delivered top-notch sessions at conferences such as DerbyCon, IT Dev Connections, Paranoia, MVP Day, HackCon, Microsoft Security Week, and the Nordic Infrastructure Conference.

Oddvar actively contributes to the security community and is most known for his contributions around the LOLBins/LOLBAS and the Ultimate AppLocker Bypasslist. He also loves to research stuff and has uncovered many different persistence and code execution techniques, UAC bypasses, and AWL bypasses over the years that have since been used by APT groups. Oddvar also has a few CVEs to his record, such as CVE-2017-8625 and CVE-2022-24696.

Featured Blogs And Resources

Discover the blogs, analysis, webinars, and podcasts by this team member.

Blog September 05 2023

Creative Process Enumeration

Very often in engagements, you'll want to list out processes running on a host. One thing that is beneficial is to know is if the processes is a 64-bit or…

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Blog March 17 2023

Critical Outlook Vulnerability: In-Depth Technical Analysis and Recommendations (CVE-2023-23397)

Threat Overview Earlier this week, Microsoft released a patch for Outlook vulnerability CVE-2023-23397, which has been actively exploited for almost an entire…

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Blog May 10 2022

Diving into Pre-Created Computer Accounts

I was on an engagement where I simply could not elevate privileges, so I had to become creative and look deep into my old bucket (bucket being my head) of…

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Blog March 11 2022

CVE-2022-24696 - Glance by Mirametrix Privilege Escalation

When investigating my laptop, I stumbled upon something interesting that resulted in privilege escalation. I use a Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen 1, which has…

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Webinars February 12 2020

Unleashing the Power of AppLocker: How to Get Started and Go Beyond the Basics

Join Senior Security Consultant and Microsoft MVP Oddvar Moe in a two-part webinar series as he walks through how to get started with AppLocker, go beyond the…

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Training Resources November 07 2024

Actionable Purple Team Simulation Online Training (November 7-8)

Learn how to create specific detections to identify early Indicators of Compromise (IOCs) in our online course. Designed for those looking to improve their…

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Training Resources August 03 2024

Black Hat USA Training - Applied Threat Hunting and Detection Engineering

Registration is now open for our Black Hat training on August 3-6, 2024

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Events TrustedSec HQ | June 25 2024

ISC2 Cleveland Chapter Member Meeting June 2024

ISC2 Cleveland Chapter June MeetupCome join us for our April Meetup! Our Cleveland Chapter is hosting an exciting in-person event for all cybersecurity…

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Webinars June 19 2024

Ask Me Anything: Software Security

While many are confident in the security of their software, absolute protection is never guaranteed. Attackers' toolkits are growing, and those who don't keep…

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Blog June 18 2024

Tips and Tricks on Creating Your First Conference Talk

Have you ever attended a security conference (or any conference for that matter) and thought about giving a presentation yourself, but don't know where to…

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