Getting started

Rohan Vazarkar edited this page Oct 18, 2016 · 27 revisions

Getting started with BloodHound is very simple. Once complete, head over to the Data Collection section to start collecting data, or check out the included database using BloodHound.


Windows

  1. Download and install neo4j community edition.

    Optional: configure the REST API to accept remote connections if you plan to run neo4j and the PowerShell ingestor on different hosts.

  2. Clone the BloodHound GitHub repo.

    git clone https://github.com/adaptivethreat/Bloodhound

  3. Start the neo4j server, pointing neo4j to the provided sample graph database.

  4. Run BloodHound.exe from the release found here or build BloodHound from source.
  5. Authenticate to the provided sample graph database at bolt://localhost:7687. The username is "neo4j", and the password is "BloodHound".

You're now ready to get started with data collection!


Linux

  1. Download and install neo4j community edition.

    Optional: configure the REST API to accept remote connections if you plan to run neo4j and the PowerShell ingestor on different hosts.

  2. Clone the BloodHound GitHub repo.

    git clone https://github.com/adaptivethreat/Bloodhound

  3. Start the neo4j server, pointing neo4j to the provided sample graph database.

  4. Run BloodHound from the release found here or build BloodHound from source.

    ./BloodHound

  5. Authenticate to the provided sample graph database at bolt://localhost:7687. The username is "neo4j", and the password is "BloodHound".

You're now ready to get started with data collection!


OSX

  1. Download and install neo4j community edition.

    Optional: configure the REST API to accept remote connections if you plan to run neo4j and the PowerShell ingestor on different hosts.

  2. Clone the BloodHound GitHub repo.

    git clone https://github.com/adaptivethreat/Bloodhound

  3. Start the neo4j server, pointing neo4j to the provided sample graph database.

  4. Run the BloodHound App from the release found here or build BloodHound from source.
  5. Authenticate to the provided sample graph database at bolt://localhost:7687. The username is "neo4j", and the password is "BloodHound".

You're now ready to get started with data collection!