See how to download and use the JAWS PowerShell script to enumerate Windows from a shell.
- [Instructor] We have the same objectives…when enumerating a Windows system…as we do when enumerating a Linux system.…And with that in mind, we can download the JAWS script…from the website shown here.…This LinEnum-like enumeration script…for PowerShell on Windows.…We can see the link to the script called jaws-enum.ps1.…I've copied this into my system into a file called jaws.ps1.…
Before we use it, I'll make a couple of changes.…I've had a call to system info at the start of the script…as this is useful to include in the enumeration.…Now, I load a message at the completion of the function…so that we'd know when it's finished enumerating.…The script now needs to be uploaded…into the target Windows system.…I've already uploaded the script…into the IIS webroot folder.…
I'll go to the shell to do the execution.…To run it, we invoke it with the powershell command.…Okay, the script is running,…and the output will be in the file jenum.txt.…
We can see that it's gathering user information,…processes, services, scheduled tasks,…
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- Using Nmap scripts
- Scanning with Reconnoitre and Vanquish
- Diagnosing uncommon ports
- Enumerating Drupal, WordPress, and Joomla sites
- Enumerating in the Linux shell
- Using the JAWS PowerShell script
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1. Identifying Services
2. Enumerating Services
3. Enumerating Web Servers
4. Further Enumeration
Enumerating inside Windows4m 41s
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