AzureHound is a bloodHound data collector for Microsoft Azure.

Get AzureHound

Release Binaries

Download the appropriate binary for your platform from one of our Releases.

Rolling Release

The rolling release contains pre-built binaries that are automatically kept up-to-date with the main branch and can be downloaded from here.

Warning: The rolling release may be unstable.



To build this project from source run the following:

go build -ldflags="-s -w -X`git describe tags --exact-match 2> /dev/null || git rev-parse HEAD`"



Print all Azure Tenant data to stdout

❯ azurehound list -u "$USERNAME" -p "$PASSWORD" -t "$TENANT"

Print all Azure Tenant data to file

❯ azurehound list -u "$USERNAME" -p "$PASSWORD" -t "$TENANT" -o "mytenant.json"

Configure and start data collection service for BloodHound Enterprise

❯ azurehound configure
(follow prompts)

❯ azurehound start


❯ azurehound --help
AzureHound vx.x.x
Created by the BloodHound Enterprise team -

The official tool for collecting Azure data for BloodHound and BloodHound Enterprise

  azurehound [command]

Available Commands:
  completion  Generate the autocompletion script for the specified shell
  configure   Configure AzureHound
  help        Help about any command
  list        Lists Azure Objects
  start       Start Azure data collection service for BloodHound Enterprise

  -c, --config string          AzureHound configuration file (default: /Users/dlees/.config/azurehound/config.json)
  -h, --help                   help for azurehound
      --json                   Output logs as json
  -j, --jwt string             Use an acquired JWT to authenticate into Azure
      --log-file string        Output logs to this file
      --proxy string           Sets the proxy URL for the AzureHound service
  -r, --refresh-token string   Use an acquired refresh token to authenticate into Azure
  -v, --verbosity int          AzureHound verbosity level (defaults to 0) [Min: -1, Max: 2]
      --version                version for azurehound

Use "azurehound [command] --help" for more information about a command.