A Zeek package which raises notices for attempts and exploits of CVE-2022-30216, a technique used against Windows Server to force an NTLM authorization to an arbitrary server. An attacker can reuse the NTLM token to generate a client certificate, enabling them to request a Kerberos ticket that accesses the domain controller.
`$ zkg install cve-2022-30216`
Use against a pcap you already have:
`$ zeek -Cr scripts/__load__.zeek your.pcap`
## Example Notice
Two notices can be generated from this package:
- `CVE_2022_30216_Detection::ExploitAttempt`, and
The first is generated when an attack is attempted, but does not necessarily succeed. The second is fired only when a successful exploit is detected and should be investigated immediately. Below is an example of a successful exploit notice.
XXXXXXXXXX.XXXXXX CFLRIC3zaTU1loLGxh 192.168.56.104 53084 192.168.56.102 445 - - - tcp CVE_2022_30216_Detection::ExploitSuccess Successful CVE-2022-30216 exploit: 192.168.56.104 exploited 192.168.56.102 relaying to 192.168.56.105 - 192.168.56.104 192.168.56.102 445 - - Notice::ACTION_LOG (empty) 360XXXXXXXXXX.XXXXXX - - - - -
This package can be installed with `zkg` using the following commands:
$ zkg refresh
$ zkg install cve-2022-30216
## Test PCAPs
Our test pcaps were created by exploiting a proof of concept payload on an instance of [DetectionLab](https://www.detectionlab.network), slightly modified to use Windows Server 2022 for the domain controller and WEF machines, instead of the default, Windows Server 2016.