Tag: PyKEK

Jan 01

Attack Methods for Gaining Domain Admin Rights in Active Directory

There are many ways an attacker can gain Domain Admin rights in Active Directory. This post is meant to describe some of the more popular ones in current use. The techniques described here “assume breach” where an attacker already has a foothold on an internal system and has gained domain user credentials (aka post-exploitation). The …

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Dec 15

Detecting MS14-068 Kerberos Exploit Packets on the Wire aka How the PyKEK Exploit Works

MS14-068 References: AD Kerberos Privilege Elevation Vulnerability: The Issue Detailed Explanation of MS14-068 MS14-068 Exploit POC with the Python Kerberos Exploitation Kit (aka PyKEK) Exploiting MS14-068 Vulnerable Domain Controllers Successfully with the Python Kerberos Exploitation Kit (PyKEK) This post shows the packet captures I performed using WireShark on the Domain Controllers during stage 1 and …

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Dec 07

Exploiting MS14-068 Vulnerable Domain Controllers Successfully with the Python Kerberos Exploitation Kit (PyKEK)

MS14-068 References: AD Kerberos Privilege Elevation Vulnerability: The Issue Detailed Explanation of MS14-068 MS14-068 Exploit POC with the Python Kerberos Exploitation Kit (aka PyKEK) Detecting PyKEK Kerberos Packets on the Wire aka How the MS14-068 Exploit Works After re-working my lab a bit, I set about testing the MS14-068 POC that Sylvain Monn√© posted to …

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Dec 06

MS14-068 Kerberos Vulnerability Privilege Escalation POC Posted (PyKEK)

As noted in previous posts on MS14-068, including a detailed description, a Kerberos ticket with an invalid PAC checksum causes an unpatched Domain Controller to accept invalid group membership claims as valid for Active Directory resources. The MS14-068 patch modifies KDC Kerberos signature validation processing on the Domain Controller. This issue is FAR worse than …

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