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Questions tagged [kerberos]

Kerberos is a network authentication protocol designed to allow nodes, communicating over a non-secure network, to prove their identity to one another in a secure manner.

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How to crack AES-based Kerberos TGS tickets (Kerberoasting)?

All material I can find is related to RC4-based Kerberos TGS tickets, since these are easier to crack to obtain the service account's password. However, I want to attempt to crack AES-based Kerberos ...
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Password reset for AD RODC-specific krbtgt_xxxxx accounts

While there's a lot of information [1], [2], [3] about resetting the password for the regular krbtgt account, but I haven't yet found a clear suggestion about RODC-specific krbtgt_xxxxx accounts. ...
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How secure is Kerberos?

I recently got interested about Kerberos and Radius, and I already found some information about their difference. But, I got curious about how secure Kerberos actually is. I see from the official ...
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Use Kerberos Golden Ticket with Metasploit

Having compromised a domain controller during testing, I now wish to create persistent domain admin access. Also, operational security is important for me as I don't want to be logging into netowkr ...
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Why Realm_tgs is needed in Kerberos v5 Protocol? (Step 2)

In msg.2 the AS sends Realm_c, ID_c Ticket_tgs, K_c-tgs, times, N1, Real_tgs, ID_tgs encrypted with E_k_c. I can't understand why Real_tgs is included if AS and TGS are on the same machine.
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Certificates for autoscaling internal networks?

A public website with an SSL certificate makes use of a certificate and CA in order to establish trust between the server and client. How is the same thing typically implemented on private networks, ...
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Can Kerberos encrypt network traffic between servers?

Working in a coporate environment, which uses Active Directory, I overheard someone making a comment stated the Kerberos protcol can be used to encrypt network traffic between Windows servers. Can ...
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Kerberos composite authentication that reflects user's origin

I'm experimenting with Kerberos and was wondering if some sort of composite authentication that identifies both a user and the origin of the users request was a) possible and b) implemented anywhere....
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A replay attack was detected (4649) & Exchange Healthmailbox

We received alarms for this in our SIEM today. I believe it is expected and just "noise". The alarm was triggered immediately after Exchange cleared the ThrottlingConfig.log. I know Exchange Server ...
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Kerberos Attacks Questions

It's amazing how many "Attacks on Kerberos" articles exist out there and almost none really explains the small details. My guess is that usually they assume it's basic knowledge and sometimes, they ...
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Kerberos unconstrained delegation for user

I've noticed that there is an option to set "Trust this user for delegation to any service" that can be set for service users. I've read a lot about unconstrained delegation with regards to computers ...
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What are the flaws in this security protocol between client and server? [closed]

Here is my security protocol for the use of a service provided by server. It utilises a symmetric key: Client requests to use a service Server sends back nonce Client sends back nonce encrypted with ...
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Preventing LSASS from storing clear-text passwords in Kerberos environment

It is a well known security risk that LSASS stores clear-text passwords if a user has performed a keyboard-interactive logon on a machine - be it local login to his/her workstation or using RDP to a ...
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Questions regarding pass the ticket

In the blackhat talk by Gentikwiki on Mimikatz back in 2014, he mentioned that you can pass the service ticket also, but i am unable to replicate it in a lab. It throws an access denied. Passing the ...
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Kerberos Protocol Centralized Server

If a small company is expanding with various branches across the country, how would the kerberos centralized server be configured? Are the new users assigned new ticket granting servers or are they ...
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Why the need for user ID in ticket AND authenticator (Kerberos)?

I am currently learning about Kerberos. Why the following in Kerberos v4: Client -> Service : Ticket_Service || Authenticator_Client where Ticket_Service: E(K_S, [K_C,S || ID_C || ...]) and ...
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Mimikatz /rc4 argument for pass-the-ticket?

I'm studying how pass-the-ticket works using Mimikatz, i.e., forged Silver and Golden Kerberos tickets. The command usually takes the form (Golden tickets): kerberos::golden /sid:SID /domain:DOMAIN /...
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Kerberos three transactions — why not just use two?

I have read the description of Kerberos at sites like this very informative one: http://www.roguelynn.com/words/explain-like-im-5-kerberos/ I think I understand generally how it works: User ...
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Risks for implementing single sign on

I'm working with an organization that's integrating a lot of apps with LDAP in a Windows environment. They are doing a good job of implementing least privilege, so there aren't a lot of scenarios ...
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Reasons to transition Kerberos secured web applications to OAuth2/OpenId

We have five internal web applications written in Java / AngularJs that are secured via Kerberos/ Spnego ( Spring Security implementation) . We are looking to transition these apps to AWS ( EBS) . ...
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Is principal type supported in Linux Kerberos utilities?

In the Windows ktpass command, the –ptype option can be used to specify a principal type. Is there a similar option in ktutil, kinit or any of the Linux Kerberos utilities?
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How do I lookup the UID of a domain user?

I'm playing with golden ticket (mimikatz) kerberos::golden /domain:vln2012.local /sid:S-1-5-21-3871786346-2057636518-1625323419 /rc4:8ad36fef31e071eac7ab9d54a093cb54 /user:user1 /id:1109 /groups:500,...
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Why do I need Kerberos when I could just use a username and password to access services?

I have read that Kerberos is used for authenticating users who wish to access services on various servers in an enterprise network, but I still do not understand the purpose of Kerberos. Why doesn't ...
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LDAPS needed when using Kerberos?

In the past two years i built up a small office with more needs every day. At some point i needed a DC with Kerberos. All Server (CentOS besides the DCs) communicate over Kerberos with the DC. Since ...
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Can klist be used to detect expiry dates for forged kerberos tickets?

I have observed that klist is used to list locally cached kerberos tickets. For golden tickets with indefinite expiry dates (say ~10 years), is it possible to list all the tickets submitted to a ...
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How to update authorization information in a KDC dynamically?

I wish to add Kerberos authentication and authorization into a project that has a service server that interacts with a Hadoop cluster that has some users and permissions. As far as I know, the KDC ...
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Does Windows Authentication Use Secured Connection

I am writing a .NET Web API that will be used in an enterprise environment where users authentication themselves using their active directory credentials, so I am using "Windows Authentication" in IIS ...
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Kerberos and brute-force attacks

Suppose that I am the administrator of a system that uses Kerberos and password authentication. How can I make brute-force attacks on user’s passwords by an attacker who can capture network traffic ...
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Kerberos ticket lifetime

I was just reading up on Kerberos and realized that the lifetime of a master ticket called the TGT(ticket granting ticket) is 25 hours. Is there any particular reason behind this choice of lifetime?
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Web API authentication with Kerberos

We are implementing a web application that uses Kerberos for authentication. In the browser there is no concerns, so it works perfect. Now we need to supply a subset of web application services via ...
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Does Kerberos support vendor specific attributes?

As the question title says: Does Kerberos support vendor specific attributes allowing access segmentation within a given client device?
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Windows Active Directory: How do endpoints authenticate the Domain Controller?

Windows Active Directory is based on Kerberos and LDAP. When authenticating via the Domain Controller, how does my endpoint know that it's really speaking to the DC? Likewise, AD can be used to ...
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Kerberos: kadmin.local: No such file or directory while initializing kadmin.local interface (cloudera quickstart) [closed]

I am running (as sudo) a script for setting up Kerberos (which I will paste below) on a CentOS machine (in a Cloudera Quickstart Docker container). The strange thing is that I have successfully ran ...
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Kerberos vs. LDAP for authentication — which one is more secure

Can anyone describe/outline the relative merits of using Kerberos or LDAP for authentication in a large heterogeneous environment? And Can we switch between them transparently?
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cracking krb5 passwords (des3-hmac-sha1 and des-cbc-crc ) [closed]

I'm trying to audit kerberos passwords. The available formats are des3-hmac-sha1 and des-cbc-crc but I cannot find a possibility/a tool to crack them. For other hash-types I used John the Ripper, but ...
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On NFSv4 with kerberos security

When NFSv4 is configured to use kerberos authentication is mandatory to have a keytab installed on every client with is own principal. To access files a user still needs to be authenticated with his ...
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Would it be possible to store Kerberos tickets on a YubiKey?

Kerberos supports different ways (ccache types) of storing tickets, such as: FILE MEMORY KEYRING I was wondering whether it would technically be possible to also store the Ticket-granting-ticket and ...
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Kerberos: What is the structure for preauthentication with certificate (RFC 4556)

I'm struggling to understand what the structure of a preauthentication request in kerberos should look like. After reading RFC 4556 and the referenced RFCs I'm still confused because of all the ...
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Kerberos Protocol

I've read a number of articles about Kerberos and most of them mention that the final step of the server responding to the client is optional: Kerberos application server response (optional) (...
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Exception: krb_error 0 Do not have keys of types listed in default_tkt_enctypes

I am looking for your help with one Exception we are getting while setting up our Kerberos SSO. I will briefly give an overview of our setup and things we tried till now and exception we are getting: ...
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Is MIT Kerberos supposed to ask for a password when authenticating to SSH?

According to my understanding of Kerberos, a client is supposed to only enter its password once for obtaining the TGT from the Kerberos server and the authentication against the web services (f.e. SSH,...
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Is a Kerberos ticket valid with only one-way external trust between domains?

The situation is that I have two domains (Domain A and Domain B) that live on separate networks. I need to allow users in B to be authenticated with integrated windows authentication (IWA) when they ...
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Kerberos authentication question

I was reading about kerberos authentication and how the password is not transferred on the wire but it exist in the kdc database to encrypt or decrypt messages, and only tickets are transferred after ...
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In the Kerberos protocol, what prevents clients from decrypting a service's secret key?

I'm studying the Kerberos protocol at a high level of abstraction. As I understand it- when a client wants to request a service, it first receives two messages from the TGS. A: encrypted with the TGS/...
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Kerberos IIS Authentication over HTTP

I've reviewed the RFCs and am pretty familiar with Kerberos. It seems to me that over a non-encrypted link (HTTP), Kerberos doesn't leak the user's password (or hash based challenge/response like ...
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Detect Kerberoasting activity

I am working to detect kerberoasting activity and I am referring this link. It states that an account cannot be requesting several different service names within a second or two of each other. What is ...
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In Kerberos, how does a client authenticate the KDC?

How does a client know whether it is talking with a real or fake KDC? Is it based on the system configuration, similar to DNS?
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Kerberos Constrained Delegation

I have 4 machines, one machine with Domain Controller, one machine with Analysis Services, one machine with IIS Services, one machine with the Application The goal is to open the application and the ...
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Why does the first authentication process does Not need a Authenticator in KERBROS(v4)

Well first this is a general protocol Kerberos v4 (1) C -> AS: IDc||IDtgs (2) AS -> C: Ekc[Kc,tgs||TGT] (3) C -> TGS: TGT||Authenticator (4) TGS -> C: Ekc,tgs[Kc,v||Ticketv] (5) C -> V: Ticketv||...