Month: October 2015

Empire 1.3

It’s been about two months since the release of Empire 1.2. We took a quick breather after coming down from our sprint to BSidesLV and the two follow-up releases. Part of this lull was to work on massive rewrite of PowerView 2.0 which I spoke about a few weeks ago. Much of this Empire 1.3 release …

Empire 1.3 Read More »

GPP and PowerView

A few months ago, Skip Duckwall asked me if it was possible, through PowerView, to enumerate what organizational units a particular group policy Globally Unique Identifier (GUID) applied to. Say you have a GUID from a Group Policy Object (e.g. from the results of PowerSploit’s Get-GPPPassword). Knowing exactly what OUs (and then what machines) this policy applies to can really …

GPP and PowerView Read More »

PowerView 2.0

PowerView is a tool that I’ve spoken frequently about on this blog. It debuted as part of the Veil-Framework in March of 2014, and has gone through a huge number of changes over the last year and a half. It is now a part of the PowerTools repository under the PowerShellEmpire GitHub account, and may be integrated soon into the …

PowerView 2.0 Read More »