python kerbrute.py -domain <domain_name> -users <users_file> -passwords <passwords_file> -outputfile <output_file>
With Rubeus version with brute module:
|*Original intruction material by Dr. Barbara Oakley and Dr. Terrence Sejnowski as part of their MOOC "Learning How to Learn" available via Coursera (August 2017)|
|*Notes by Amir Saleh (not me) who shared his notes accessible via the discussion forums (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1GVYaVOVT2G9MS6ku6tLjhvoMazh7rWdqUu0Kts5C3Fc/edit)|
|*Reproduced per the paraphrasing rule outlined in the course FAQ:|
|*"We're often asked whether it's okay to use illustrations or quoted material from the course or book in your final project. It's perfectly possible to use illustrations from the course or book, but please cite where you got them, with the copyright information. If you quote anything from the video clips or the book A Mind for Numbers, you'll put it in quotation marks and cite where you got it. If you paraphrase information from the video clips or A Mind for Numbers--that is, you put things in your own words--then there's no need to put in a reference, although it would be nice to put some sort of general referenc|
vagrant from the command line will display a list of all available commands.
Be sure that you are in the same directory as the Vagrantfile when running these commands!
vagrant init-- Initialize Vagrant with a Vagrantfile and ./.vagrant directory, using no specified base image. Before you can do vagrant up, you'll need to specify a base image in the Vagrantfile.
vagrant init <boxpath>-- Initialize Vagrant with a specific box. To find a box, go to the public Vagrant box catalog. When you find one you like, just replace it's name with boxpath. For example,
vagrant init ubuntu/trusty64.
vagrant up-- starts vagrant environment (also provisions only on the FIRST vagrant up)