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Last active Jun 10, 2019
Decrypt kerberos tickets and parse out authorization data
#!/usr/bin/env python
# NOTE: this script was created for educational purposes to assist learning about kerberos tickets.
# Likely to have a few bugs that cause it to fail to decrypt some TGT or Service tickets.
# Recommended Instructions:
# Obtain valid kerberos tickets using Rubeus or mimikatz "sekurlsa::tickets /export"
# Optionally convert tickets to ccache format using kekeo "misc::convert ccache <ticketName.kirbi>"
# Obtain appropriate aes256 key using dcsync (krbtgt for TGT or usually target computer account for Service Ticket)
# Run this script to decrypt:
# ./ -k 5c7ee0b8f0ffeedbeefdeadbeeff1eefc7d313620feedbeefdeadbeefafd601e -t ./Administrator@TESTLAB.LOCAL_krbtgt~TESTLAB.LOCAL@TESTLAB.LOCAL.ccaches
xan7r /
Created Oct 26, 2018
Script for basic management of Digital Ocean droplets and DNS records
import digitalocean, time, datetime, sys, re, argparse
# NOTE: REQUIRES python-digitalocean
# examples:
# ./ --create-droplet "ubuntu 18.04"
# ./ --destroy-droplet <ubuntu18.04-20180723.185051>
# ./ --list-droplets
# ./ --list-images
# ./ --list-domains
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