A tool to enumerate and spray valid Active Directory accounts through Kerberos Pre-Authentication.
Although many Kerberos password spraying tools currently exist on the market, I found it difficult to find tools with the following built-in functionality:
- The ability to prevent users from locking out the domain
- The ability to integrate username enumeration with the password spraying process (User enumeration is a seperate functionality from the spray)
- The ability to recursively spray passwords rather than running one spray at a time
- The ability to resume password sprays and ignore previously compromised accounts
Tritium solves all of the issues mentioned above and more. User enumeration will no longer waste a login attempt because it uses the output of the first spray to generate a file of valid users. Tritium also gives the user the ability to pass it a password file to recursively spray passwords. And Finally, Tritium has built in functionality to detect if a domain is being locked out due to password spraying by saving the state and quitting the password spray if 3 consecutive accounts are locked out.
./Tritium -h ___________ .__ __ .__ \__ ___/______|__|/ |_|__|__ __ _____ | | \_ __ \ \ __\ | | \/ \ | | | | \/ || | | | | / Y Y \ |____| |__| |__||__| |__|____/|__|_|__/ v 0.4 Author: S4R1N, alfarom256 Required Params: -d The full domain to use (-domain targetdomain.local) -dc Domain controller to authenticate against (-dc washingtondc.targetdomain.local) -dcf File of domain controllers to authenticate against -u Select single user to authenticate as (-user jsmith) -uf User file to use for password spraying (-userfile ~/home/users.txt) -p Password to use for spraying (-password Welcome1) Optional: -help Print this help menu -o Tritium Output file (default spray.json) -w Wait time between authentication attempts [Default 1] (-w 0) -jitter % Jitter between authentication attempts -rs Enable recursive spraying -ws Wait time between sprays [Default 3600] (-ws 1800) -pwf Password file to use for recursive -res Continue a password spraying campaign -rf Tritium Json file
Below are some of the features being developed:
- Ability to capture ^C and save state if process was killed manually
- Other stuff ;)