Domain Takeover with PetitPotam Exploit by Nairuz Abulhul

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Petitpotam is a vulnerability that allows a domain user to take over domain controllers through triggering authentications using the MS-EFSRPC protocol. The vulnerability lies in the insufficient path checks in the EfsRpcOpenFileRaw function of the EFSRPC API that allows an attacker to pass any value in its fileName parameter, such as an attacker’s IP address, to coerce an authentication from the targeted hosts. Figure 1 — EfsRpcOpenFileRaw function in EFSRPC API In order for an attacker to take over the domain controller, they need to use this vulnerability with an NTLM relay attack to capture the required hashes or certificates. Great targets for this attack are the servers configured to accept NTLM authentications, such as Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS), when the Web Enrollment roles are installed. A typical attack scenario would be forcing the domain controller to authenticate to the attacker machine that is configured with an NTLM relay.....

April 28, 2022
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