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Kerberoasting Revisited

Rubeus is a C# Kerberos abuse toolkit that started as a port of @gentilkiwi‘s Kekeo toolset and has continued to evolve since then. For more information on Rubeus, check out the “From Kekeo to Rubeus” release post, the follow up “Rubeus – Now With More Kekeo”, or the recently revamped Rubeus README.md. I’ve made several recent enhancements to Rubeus, which included me heavily revisiting its Kerberoasting implementation. This resulted in some modifications to Rubeus’ Kerberoasting approach(es) as well as an explanation for some previous “weird” behaviors we’ve seen in the field. Since Kerberoasting is such a commonly used technique, I…

Kerberoasting Without Mimikatz

Just about two years ago, Tim Medin presented a new attack technique he christened “Kerberoasting“. While we didn’t realize the full implications of this at the time of release, this attack technique has been a bit of a game changer for us on engagements. More and more attention has been brought to Kerberoasting recently, with @mubix releasing a three part series on the topic, Sean Metcalf covering it several times, and @leonjza doing a detailed writeup as well. Thanks to an awesome PowerView pull request by @machosec, Kerberoasting is easier than ever using pure PowerShell. I wanted to briefly cover…