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Collecting the Data
Thankfully, others have asked the same questions before us and three years ago, a few nice guys have come up with a tool that allow asking exactly the questions mentioned above and getting beautiful answers in the form of a graph: Bloodhound. BloodHound uses graph theory to reveal the hidden and often unintended relationships within an Active Directory environment. One thing you definitely want to do to tighten your AD security is giving local administrator access to the least people possible. With local administrator rights on a machine, an attacker can have full control, establish persistence, read all data on the disk and in memory, including potentially credentials of other users. The reverse operation is possible, if you want to know which user has administrative rights on a given machine. As an attacker, our goal is to get privileged access as soon as possible. It is sometimes difficult to identify which machine is worth trying to compromise in order to get to credentials of privileged users.
Getting the Environment Configured
Bloodhound is an open source application used for analyzing security of active directory domains. The tool is inspired by graph theory and active directory object permissions. The tool performs data ingestion from Active Directory domains and highlights the potential for escalation of rights in Active Directory domains, thus uncovering hidden or complex attack paths that can compromise security of a network. All this information can be exploited by an attacker, allowing them to add new users to groups, deleting any current users, adding new admins to the systems, and changing credentials of existing admins. Bloodhound depends on Neo4j. Neo4j is a graph database management system. Therefore Java is also required to run the Neo4j and ultimately Bloodhound. The purpose of using Neo4j is to visualize the relationship between the information gained through Bloodhound. In Windows operating system, neo4j needs to be installed separately along with the latest version of Java. The Bloodhound framework can then be cloned from the Github using the following command.