A tool to support security professionals access and interact with remote Microsoft Windows based systems.
This project was conceptualized with the thought process, we did not invent the bow or the arrow, just a more efficient way of using it.
Ranger is a command-line driven attack and penetration testing tool, which as the ability to use an instantiated catapult server to deliver capabilities against Windows Systems. As long as a user has a set of credentials or a hash set (NTLM, LM, LM:NTLM) he or she can gain access to systems that are apart of the trust.
Using this capability a security professional can extract credentials out of memory in clear-text, access SAM tables, run commands, execute PowerShell scripts, Windows Binaries, and other tools.
At this time the tool bypasses the majority of IPS vendor solutions unless they have been custom tuned to detect it. The tool was developed using our home labs in an effort to support security professionals doing legally and/or contractually supported activities.
More functionality is being added, but at this time the tool uses the community contributions from repositories related to the PowerShell PowerView, PowerShell Mimikatz and Impacket teams.
chmod a+x setup.sh
Ranger uses a combination of methods and attacks, a method is used to deliver an attack/command
An attack is what you are trying to accomplish
Some items are both a method and attack rolled into one and some methods cannot use some of the attacks due to current limitations in the libraries or protocols
Methods & Attacks:
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