Kekeo - A Little Toolbox To Play With Microsoft Kerberos In C

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kekeo is a little toolbox I have started to manipulate Microsoft Kerberos in C (and for fun)

ASN.1 library

In kekeo, I use an external commercial library to deal with Kerberos ASN.1 structures: OSS ASN.1/C (http://www.oss.com/asn1/products/asn1-c/asn1-c.html)
It was the only code generator/library that I've found to work easily with Microsoft C project.

works without a lots of dependencies; magical documentation; wonderful support for my stupid questions; had a binary that work only few hours after started my project...

They were kind enough to offer me a 1-year licence.
With this one, I'm able to let you download binaries that run in your environment.
So don't forget to thank them ( http://www.oss.com/company/contact-us.html / https://twitter.com/OSSNokalva )

Limitations

Binaries will work until December 21, 2017 (yeah, 1 year licence ;)); You must buy a licence from OSS ASN.1/C (or download a trial version) to build kekeo solution/adapt it. http://www.oss.com/asn1/products/asn1-c/asn1-c.html When you register for a free trial, don't forget to refer me in the description field ;) (kekeo or gentilkiwi)

Building kekeo with ASN.1/C

You can't build kekeo out-of-the-box, you'have to generate C files and link with OSS libraries.

After downloading and installing a commercial/trial version of OSS ASN.1/C, Win32 and/or x64:

Open a command prompt in ($kekeo)\modules\asn1

Adapt the ASN1C variable to your ASN.1/C configuration (architecture & version)

set ASN1C="C:\Program Files\OSS Nokalva\ossasn1\winx64\10.4.0"

Depending on the targeted lib architecture:

Win32
%ASN1C%\bin\asn1.exe ^
%ASN1C%\asn1dflt\asn1dflt.ms.zp4 ^
KerberosV5Spec2.asn KerberosV5-PK-INIT-SPEC.asn PKIX1Explicit88.asn PKINIT.asn MS-SFU-KILE.asn ^
-noSampleCode -der -root -CStyleComments -externalName kekeo_asn1 -messageFormat msvc -verbose ^
-headerFile kull_m_kerberos_oss_asn1_internal.h -soedFile kull_m_kerberos_oss_asn1_internal_Win32.c
x64
%ASN1C%\bin\asn1.exe ^
%ASN1C%\asn1dflt\asn1dflt.msx64.zp8 ^
KerberosV5Spec2.asn KerberosV5-PK-INIT-SPEC.asn PKIX1Explicit88.asn PKINIT.asn MS-SFU-KILE.asn ^
-noSampleCode -der -root -CStyleComments -externalName kekeo_asn1 -messageFormat msvc -verbose ^
-headerFile kull_m_kerberos_oss_asn1_internal.h -soedFile kull_m_kerberos_oss_asn1_internal_x64.c

Header file kull_m_kerberos_oss_asn1_internal.h is the same for both architecture.

Copy from OSS ASN.1/C install dir (eg: C:\Program Files\OSS Nokalva\ossasn1\winx64\10.4.0)

include\ossasn1.h to ($kekeo)\inc include\osstype.h to ($kekeo)\inc lib\soeddefa.libto ($kekeo)\lib\{Win32 or x64} lib\ossiphlp.libto ($kekeo)\lib\{Win32 or x64}

You can now build the kekeo solution in Visual Studio

Licence

CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 licence - https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/

Acknowledgements

Tom Maddock - Qualcomm - @ubernerdom - MS14-068 - https://www.qualcomm.com/ Sylvain Monné - Solucom - @BiDOrD - Author of PyKek - https://github.com/bidord/pykek Tal Be'ery - Aorato / Microsoft - @TalBeerySec - http://www.aorato.com/blog/active-directory-vulnerability-disclosure-weak-encryption-enables-attacker-change-victims-password-without-logged/ Grace Sigona - OSS - @OSSNokalva - http://www.oss.com/ Taylor Swift - @SwiftOnSecurity - https://twitter.com/SwiftOnSecurity/status/767788634904735745 Seth Moore - Microsoft - @robododo - https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/draft-ietf-kitten-pkinit-freshness/ Alberto Solino - Core Security / Impacket - @agsolino - https://github.com/CoreSecurity/impacket Laurent Gaffié - @PythonResponder / @lgandx - https://github.com/lgandx/Responder / https://g-laurent.blogspot.com/

Author

Benjamin DELPY gentilkiwi, you can contact me on Twitter ( @gentilkiwi ) or by mail ( benjamin [at] gentilkiwi.com )

This is a personal development, please respect its philosophy and don't use it for bad things!

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