The correct answer is D.
OBJ-3.2: A golden ticket is a Kerberos ticket that can grant other tickets in an Active Directory environment. Attackers who can create a golden ticket can use it to grant administrative access to other domain members, even to domain controllers. Pass the Hash (PtH) is the process of harvesting an account’s cached credentials when the user logs in to a single sign-on (SSO) system. This would then allow the attacker to use the credentials on other systems, as well. Lateral movement is an umbrella term for a variety of attack types. Attackers can extend their lateral movement by a great deal if they can compromise host credentials. Pivoting is a process similar to lateral movement. When attackers pivot, they compromise one central host (the pivot) that allows them to spread out to other hosts that would otherwise be inaccessible.