HackTheBox - Resolute

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00:00 - Intro
01:08 - Talking about my switch to Parrot
02:00 - Begin of nmap, discovering it is likely a Windows Domain Controller
04:30 - Checking if there are any open file shares
06:11 - Using RPCClient to enumerate domain users (enumdomusers)
07:55 - Using CrackMapExec to dump the PasswordPolicy
08:45 - Using RPCClient to dump Active Directory information (querydispinfo)
10:45 - Bruteforcing accounts via CrackMapExec with password of Welcome123!
14:30 - Using Evil-WinRM to remote into the server as Melanie
15:40 - Building the latest version of Seatbelt on CommandoVM (The DotNet version is incompatible)
17:40 - Explaining some cool bash one line tricks, then linking Egypt's "One liners to rule them all" talk
24:40 - Changing Seatbelt to compile to Version 4.0 then trying again.
26:30 - Finally examining the Seatbelt output, see the PSTranscript Directory and a Custom group in DNSAdmins
29:50 - Using RPCClient to Enumerate members of the Contractors group (enumdomgroups/querygroupmem)
35:30 - Running WinPEAS to compare the differences
38:30 - Exploring hidden directories to see PSTranscripts, then finding credentials in a powershell log
44:20 - Using Evil-WinRM with the password from a PSTranscript File to get shell as Ryan
45:40 - Quickly going over how to execute code on a Domain Controller as a DNS Admin
46:10 - Using MSFVenom to create a Reverse Shell DLL (we'll do this better at end of the video)
49:10 - Using DNSCMD to have the DNS Server execute our MSFVenom created DLL from a SMB Network Path... Works but hangs the DNS Server
52:50 - Using the DNS-EXE-Persistance to help us create a better to do the Reverse Shell
53:03 - Explaining the DNSCMD Exploit path on how it can be used both foor lateral movement and privesc
54:50 - Start of creating the DLL to use with this DNS Exploit
56:45 - Grabbing a C++ Reverse Shell program from github to add to our DNS Exploit Project, then modify it to execute as a thread
01:02:20 - Showing that we get a Reverse shell and DNS Keeps running
01:03:52 - Removing the "CreateThread" portion of our code to show that was needed, without CreateThread the DNS Server hangs because it stops on the RevShell code

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HackTheBox - Resolute HackTheBox - Resolute Reviewed by Unknown on May 30, 2020 Rating: 5