WINspect: Powershell-based Windows Security Auditing Toolbox
WINspect is part of a larger project for auditing different areas of Windows environments. It focuses on enumerating different parts of a Windows machine to identify security weaknesses and point to components that need further hardening. The main targets for the current version are domain-joined windows machines. However, some of the functions still apply for standalone workstations.
This current version of the script supports the following features :
- Checking for installed security products.
- Enumerating world-exposed local filesystem shares.
- Enumerating domain users and groups with local group membership.
- Enumerating registry autoruns.
- Enumerating local services that are configurable by Authenticated Users group members.
- Enumerating local services for which corresponding binary is writable by Authenticated Users group members.
- Enumerating non-system32 Windows Hosted Services and their associated DLLs.
- Enumerating local services with unquoted path vulnerability.
- Enumerating non-system scheduled tasks.
- Checking for DLL hijackability.
- Checking for User Account Control settings.
- Checking for unattended installs leftovers.
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