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PetitPotam is a variant of NTLM Relay attacks discovered by security researcher Gilles Lionel. Proof of Concept code released last week  relies on the Encrypting File System Remote (EFSRPC) protocol to provoke a Windows host into performing an NTLM authentication request against an attacker-controlled server, exposing NTLM authentication details or authentication certificates. This information can be used by an attacker to elevate their privileges in a domain environment.
Microsoft has released mitigations for the attack. Security updates are not available at time of writing. In the wild attacks abusing PetitPotam have not been observed at this time.
In response to PetitPotam, Microsoft has released mitigations for this attack .
Detailed mitigation steps are available in Microsoft’s knowledge base article .
PetitPotam is a form of NTLM Relay attack which abuses the EFSRPC protocol. In an attack scenario, an attacker with local network access would abuse this protocol to coerce an NTLM authentication request to a server under an attacker’s control. Researchers have successfully relayed NTLM requests retrieved using PetitPotam to Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS) servers to sign a certificate using the relayed NTLM credentials. An attacker can then leverage this signed certificate to elevate their access and compromise the domain. This attack method is described in detail by SANS .
Known attack methods abusing PetitPotam require the following conditions to be met: