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View get-fqdns.ps1
$map = Invoke-MapDomainTrust
$domains = (($map | select -ExpandProperty sourcename) + ($map | select -ExpandProperty targetname)) | Select-Object -Unique
ForEach ($computer in (gc computers.txt | Sort-Object -Unique)) {
ForEach ($domain in $domains) {
$fqdn = Get-DomainComputer -SearchBase "GC://$domain" -LDAPFilter "(name=$computer)" -Properties dnshostname
if ($fqdn -ne $null) {
crypticgeek / pwrtest.rb
Last active Jan 14, 2016
Some ruby code demoing how NetIQ SSPR (v3.2 tested) hashing works
View pwrtest.rb
require 'digest/sha1'
plain = 'password'
salt = 'MBS9ZgZ5r7IGU8O1hfVyajXZkaoSZPbu'
answer = 'FxHUyOPwsrulLoacXlrkHN2qJ3M='
i = 100000
sha1 =
(i-1).times do
crypticgeek / SSPR.ps1
Last active Jan 14, 2016
PS Script To Dump NetIQ SSPR attributes (ie: hashes) from active directory
View SSPR.ps1
function Get-pwmResponseSet
This function retrieves and decodes the pwmResponseSet attribute for user(s) in Active Directory
NetIQ Self Service Password Reset is a user self service password application. Users configure challenege/response
questions and answers then later use them to reset their forgotton password. SSPR can be configured to store the
user's config as part of the Active Directory schema. The schema is extended and a pwmResponseSet attribute is
created and added to user accounts. The attribute is ASCII bytes encoding XML containing the challenge questions
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