New and improved C# Implementation of Invoke-EDRChecker. Checks running processes, process metadata, Dlls loaded into your current process and each DLLs metadata, common install directories, installed services and each service binaries metadata, installed drivers and each drivers metadata, all for the presence of known defensive products such as AV’s, EDR’s and logging tools. Catches hidden EDRs as well via its metadata checks, more info in a blog post coming soon.
This binary can be loaded into your C2 server by loading the module then running it. Note: this binary is now included in PoshC2 so no need to manually add it.
I will continue to add and improve the list when time permits. A full roadmap can be found below.
Find me on twitter @PwnDexter for any issues or questions!
Install & Compile
Git clone the repo down and open the solution in Visual Studio then build the project or alternatively download the latest release from here.
git clone https://github.com/PwnDexter/SharpEDRChecker.git
Once the binary has been loaded onto your host or into your C2 of choice, you can use the following commands:
Run the binary against the local host and perform checks based on current user integrity:
run-exe SharpEDRChecker.Program SharpEDRChecker
For use in PoshC2 ise the following:
- Add more EDR Products – never ending
- Test across more Windows and .NET versions
- Add remote host query capability
- Port to python for unix/macos support
Initial start down C2:
Modloads in your process: