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Month: November 2014

Dumping a Domain’s Worth of Passwords With Mimikatz pt. 2

A year ago, @mubix published a cool post on http://carnal0wnage.attackresearch.com/ about “Dumping a domain’s worth of passwords with mimikatz“. In the article, he talked about using a combination of PowerShell, file shares, .bat scripts and output files in order to run Mimikatz across a large number of machines in an enterprise using just WMI. A few months ago, @obscuresec posted a great article on using PowerShell as a quick and dirty web server. I started thinking about how to incorporate Chris’ work with Rob’s approach to simplify the attack flow a bit. The result is Invoke-MassMimikatz, a PowerShell script that utilizes @clymb3r’s…

Targeted Trojanation

[Edit 8/13/15] – Here is how the old version 1.9 cmdlets in this post translate to PowerView 2.0: Invoke-CopyFile  ->  Copy-ClonedFile Additionally, the -ExcludeIPC and -ExcludePrint flags for Invoke-ShareFinder are no longer needed So you’re on an engagement and everything seems pretty locked down. Group Policy Preferences doesn’t have any deployment passwords left lying around, you’re not a local administrator on the machine, and PowerUp can’t find any common escalation vectors. You even try to see where else your current user token might have local administrator rights but nothing pops. How can you go about spreading laterally? One method, related to mining file shares for…