PingCastle is a tool designed to assess quickly the Active Directory security level with a methodology based on risk assessment and a maturity framework. It does not aim at a perfect evaluation but rather as an efficiency compromise.
|:. PingCastle (Version 184.108.40.206)
| #:. Get Active Directory Security at 80% in 20% of the time
# @@ > End of support: 31/07/2020
: .# Vincent LE TOUX (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Using interactive mode.
Do not forget that there are other command line switches like –help that you can use
What you would like to do?
1-healthcheck-Score the risk of a domain
2-graph -Analyze admin groups and delegations
3-conso -Aggregate multiple reports into a single one
4-nullsession-Perform a specific security check
5-carto -Build a map of all interconnected domains
6-scanner -Perform specific security checks on workstations
Also Read – Http Request Smuggler : Extension For Burp Suite
PingCastle is a c# project which can be build from Visual Studio 2012 to Visual Studio 2017
For support requests, you should contact email@example.com The support for the basic edition is made on a best effort basis and fixes delivered when a new version is delivered.
The Basic Edition of PingCastle is released every 6 months (January, August) and this repository is updated at each release.
If you need changes, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for support packages.
PingCastle source code is licensed under a proprietary license and the Non-Profit Open Software License (“Non-Profit OSL”) 3.0.
Except if a license is purchased, you are not allowed to make any profit from this source code. To be more specific:
- It is allowed to run PingCastle without purchasing any license on for profit companies if the company itself (or its ITSM provider) run it.
- To build services based on PingCastle AND earning money from that, you MUST purchase a license.
Ping Castle uses the following Open source components:
- Bootstrap licensed under the MIT license
- JQuery licensed under the MIT license
- vis.js licensed under the MIT license
Credit: Vincent LE TOUX