AzureHound - Azure Data Exporter For BloodHound

The BloodHound data collector for Microsoft Azure

Get AzureHound

Release Binaries

Download the appropriate binary for your platform from one of our Releases.

Rolling Release

The rolling release contains pre-built binaries that are automatically kept up-to-date with the main branch and can be downloaded from here.

Warning: The rolling release may be unstable.



To build this project from source run the following:

go build -ldflags="-s -w -X github.com/bloodhoundad/azurehound/constants.Version=`git describe tags --exact-match 2> /dev/null || git rev-parse HEAD`"



Print all Azure Tenant data to stdout

❯ azurehound list -u "$USERNAME" -p "$PASSWORD" -t "$TENANT"

Print all Azure Tenant data to file

❯ azurehound list -u "$USERNAME" -p "$PASSWORD" -t "$TENANT" -o "mytenant.json"

Configure and start data collection service for BloodHound Enterprise

❯ azurehound configure(follow prompts)❯ azurehound start


❯ azurehound --helpAzureHound vx.x.xCreated by the BloodHound Enterprise team - https://bloodhoundenterprise.ioThe official tool for collecting Azure data for BloodHound and BloodHound EnterpriseUsage:  azurehound [command]Available Commands:  completion  Generate the autocompletion script for the specified shell  configure   Configure AzureHound  help        Help about any command  list        Lists Azure Objects  start       Start Azure data collection service for BloodHound EnterpriseFlags:  -c, --config string          AzureHound configuration file (default: /Users/dlees/.config/azurehound/config.json)  -h, --help                   help for azurehound      --json                   Output logs as json  -j, --jwt string             Use an acquired JWT to authenticate into Azure      --log-   file string        Output logs to this file      --proxy string           Sets the proxy URL for the AzureHound service  -r, --refresh-token string   Use an acquired refresh token to authenticate into Azure  -v, --verbosity int          AzureHound verbosity level (defaults to 0) [Min: -1, Max: 2]      --version                version for azurehoundUse "azurehound [command] --help" for more information about a command.

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