SharpSniper – Find Specific Users In Active Directory Via Their Username And Logon IP Address

Often a Red Team engagement is more than just achieving Domain Admin. Some clients will want to see if specific users in the domain can be compromised, for example the CEO. SharpSniper is a simple tool to find the IP address of these users so that you can target their box. It requires that youRead More

OSIPs – Gathers All Valid IP Addresses From All Text Files From A Directory, And Checks Them Against Whois Database, TOR Relays And Location

This script scans every file from a given folder recursively, extracts every IPv4 and IPv6 address, filters out the public IP addresses and then queries these IPs against TOR relays, WhoIs service and Location service. It outputs 4 files: a CSV file and a JSON file with all details of the IP addresses, a CSVRead More

ADReaper – A Fast Enumeration Tool For Windows Active Directory Pentesting Written In Go

ADReaper is a tool written in Golang which enumerate a Active Directory environment with LDAP queries within few seconds. Installation You can download precompiled executable binaries for Windows/Linux from latest releases Install from source To build from source, clone the repo and build it with GO $ git clone https://github.com/AidenPearce369/ADReaper$ cd ADReaper/$ go build UsageRead More

linWinPwn – A Bash Script That Automates A Number Of Active Directory Enumeration And Vulnerability Checks

linWinPwn is a bash script that automates a number of Active Directory Enumeration and Vulnerability checks. The script leverages and is dependent of a number of tools including: impacket, bloodhound, crackmapexec, ldapdomaindump, lsassy, smbmap, kerbrute, adidnsdump. Setup Git clone the repository and make the script executable git clone https://github.com/lefayjey/linWinPwncd linWinPwn; chmod +x linWinPwn.sh Install LinuxRead More

DarthSidious – Building An Active Directory Domain And Hacking It

The goal is simple To share my modest knowledge about hacking Windows systems. This is commonly refered to as red team exercises. This book however, is also very concerned with the blue team; the defenders. That is, helping those who are working as defenders, analysts and security experts to build secure Active Directory environments andRead More

Get-RBCD-Threaded – Tool To Discover Resource-Based Constrained Delegation Attack Paths In Active Directory Environments

Tool to discover Resource-Based Constrained Delegation attack paths in Active Directory Environments Based almost entirely on wonderful blog posts “Wagging the Dog: Abusing Resource-Based Constrained Delegation to Attack Active Directory” by Elad Shamir and “A Case Study in Wagging the Dog: Computer Takeover” by harmj0y. Read these two blog posts if you actually want toRead More

BloodyAD – An Active Directory Privilege Escalation Framework

BloodyAD is an Active Directory Privilege Escalation Framework, it can be used manually using bloodyAD.py or automatically by combining pathgen.py and autobloody.py. This framework supports NTLM (with password or NTLM hashes) and Kerberos authentication and binds to LDAP/LDAPS/SAMR services of a domain controller to obtain AD privesc. It is designed to be used transparently withRead More

Certipy – Python Implementation For Active Directory Certificate Abuse

[*] Certipy is a Python tool to enumerate and abuse misconfigurations in Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS). Based on the C# variant Certify from @harmj0y and @tifkin_. Installation $ python3 setup.py install Remember to add the Python scripts directory to your path. Usage $ certipy -husage: certipy [-h] [-debug] [-target-ip ip address] [-nameserver nameserver]Read More

ADLab – Custom PowerShell Module To Setup An Active Directory Lab Environment To Practice Penetration Testing

The purpose of this module is to automate the deployment of an Active Directory lab for practicing internal penetration testing. Credits to Joe Helle and his PowerShell for Pentesters course regarding the generation of the attack vectors. Instructions Preparation Optional but recommended: Move Module into PSModulePath # Display PSModulePath$env:PSModulePath.split(“;”)# Move module to pathMove-Item .ADLab “C:Windowssystem32WindowsPowerShellv1.0Modules”Read More

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