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BloodHound.py

Python 2.7 and 3 compatible PyPI version License: MIT

BloodHound.py is a Python based ingestor for BloodHound, based on Impacket.

This version of BloodHound.py is only compatible with BloodHound 3.0 or newer.

Limitations

BloodHound.py currently has the following limitations: - Supports most, but not all BloodHound (SharpHound) features (see below for supported collection methods, mainly GPO based methods are missing) - Kerberos authentication support is not yet complete

Installation and usage

You can install the ingestor via pip with

pip install bloodhound
, or by cloning this repository and running
python setup.py install
, or with
pip install .
. BloodHound.py requires
impacket
,
ldap3
and
dnspython
to function. To use it with python 3.x, use the latest
impacket
from GitHub.

The installation will add a command line tool

bloodhound-python
to your PATH.

To use the ingestor, at a minimum you will need credentials of the domain you're logging in to. You will need to specify the

-u
option with a username of this domain (or
[email protected]
for a user in a trusted domain). If you have your DNS set up properly and the AD domain is in your DNS search list, then BloodHound.py will automatically detect the domain for you. If not, you have to specify it manually with the
-d
option.

By default BloodHound.py will query LDAP and the individual computers of the domain to enumerate users, computers, groups, trusts, sessions and local admins. If you want to restrict collection, specify the

--collectionmethod
parameter, which supports the following options (similar to SharpHound): - Default - Performs group membership collection, domain trust collection, local admin collection, and session collection - Group - Performs group membership collection - LocalAdmin - Performs local admin collection - RDP - Performs Remote Desktop Users collection - DCOM - Performs Distributed COM Users collection - PSRemote - Performs Remote Management (PS Remoting) Users collection - DCOnly - Runs all collection methods that can be queried from the DC only, no connection to member hosts/servers needed. This is equal to Group,Acl,Trusts,ObjectProps - Session - Performs session collection - Acl - Performs ACL collection - Trusts - Performs domain trust enumeration - LoggedOn - Performs privileged Session enumeration (requires local admin on the target) - ObjectProps - Performs Object Properties collection for properties such as LastLogon or PwdLastSet - All - Runs all methods above, except LoggedOn

Multiple collectionmethods should be separated by a comma, for example:

-c Group,LocalAdmin

You can override some of the automatic detection options, such as the hostname of the primary Domain Controller if you want to use a different Domain Controller with

-dc
, or specify your own Global Catalog with
-gc
.

Docker usage

  1. Build container
    docker build -t bloodhound .

  2. Run container
    docker run -v ${PWD}:/bloodhound-data -it bloodhound

    After that you can run
    bloodhound-python
    inside container, all data will be stored in the path from where you start the container.

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