ADSearch – A Tool To Help Query AD Via The LDAP Protocol

A tool written for cobalt-strike’s execute-assembly command that allows for more efficent querying of AD.

Key Features

  • List all Domain Admins
  • Custom LDAP Search
  • Connect to LDAPS Servers
  • Output JSON data from AD instances
  • Retrieve custom attributes from a generic query (i.e. All computers)

Usage

ADSearch 1.0.0.0
Copyright c 2020
USAGE:
Query Active Directory remotely or locally:
ADSearch --domain ldap.example.com --password AdminPass1 --username admin --users

-f, --full If set will show all attributes for the returned item.

-o, --output File path to output the results to.

--json (Default: false) Output results in json format.

--supress-banner When set banner will be disabled.

-G, --groups Enumerate and return all groups from AD.

-U, --users Enumerate and return all users from AD.

-C, --computers Enumerate and return all computers joined to the AD.

-S, --spns Enumerate and return all SPNS from AD.

--attributes (Default: cn) Attributes to be returned from the results in csv format.

-s, --search Perform a custom search on the AD server.

--domain-admins Attempt to retreive all Domain Admin accounts.

-u, --username Attempts to authenticate to AD with the given username.

-p, --password Attempts to authenticate to AD with the given password.

-h, --hostname If set will attempt a remote bind to the hostname. This option requires the domain option to be set to a valid DC on the hostname. Will allow an IP address to be used as well.

-p, --port (Default: 636) If set will attempt a remote bind to the port based on the IP.

-d, --domain The domain controller we are connecting to in the FQDN format. If left blank then all other connection options are ignored and the lookups ar e done locally.

--insecure (Default: false) If set will communicate over port 389 and not use SSL

--help Display this help screen.

--version Display version information.

Screenshots

Display all SPNs

Display all users

Get custom attributes back from custom search


Source: KitPloit

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