Bad-PDF create malicious PDF file to steal NTLM(NTLMv1/NTLMv2) Hashes from windows machines, it utilize vulnerability disclosed by checkpoint team to create the malicious PDF file. Bad-Pdf reads the NTLM hashes using Responder listener.
This method work on all PDF readers(Any version) most of the EDR/Endpoint solution fail to detect this attack.
Adobe has released a security update(APSB18-09)to address this vulnerability and CVE-2018-4993 is assigned for this vulnerability.
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Run Bad-PDF in Kali linux:
Responder waiting for NTLM hash:
Run generated Bad-PDF file on a windows machine and get NTLM hash: :)
* Vendor patches are not available for this vulnerability
Microsoft issued an optional security enhancement  late last year that provides customers with the ability to disable NTLM SSO authentication as a method for public resources.
Disable external SMB access in firewall to prevent NTLM hash leak to internet