BloodHound.py v0.5.2 releases: A Python based ingestor for BloodHound
This tool is currently in Beta and should not be considered feature-complete or fully stable.
BloodHound.py currently has the following limitations:
- Currently only single domain compatible (this affects mostly user sessions).
- Only supports default BloodHound (SharpHound) features, so only Groups, Admins, Sessions and Trusts
- Name, command line parameters and features may change in the future
- Kerberos support is not yet complete
pip install bloodhound
The installation will add a command line tool bloodhound-python to your PATH.
To use the ingestor, at a minimum you will need credentials of the domain you’re logging in to. You will need to specify the -u option with a username of this domain (or username@domain for a user in a trusted domain). If you have your DNS set up properly and the AD domain is in your DNS search list, then BloodHound.py will automatically detect the domain for you. If not, you have to specify it manually with the -d option.
By default BloodHound.py will query LDAP and the individual computers of the domain to enumerate users, computers, groups, sessions and local admins. To disable some checks, see the options.
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