BypassUAC got a facelift
Dave Kennedy and Kevin Mitnick submitted the “bypassuac” post module to Metasploit a while back (last DerbyCon?). Which is awesome and they did some fantastic work, but I had a few complaints as probably anyone did who used the module on a somewhat modern network.
I decided to give it a bit of a face lift:
“New” local exploit module
All of the credit for the availability of this module goes to @egyp7 though, without his epic addition of local exploits to Metasploit the majority of the updates to this module wouldn’t be possible.
Anywho, on to the new features:
- You can set any windows payload you want to use now:
and yes it supports EXE::Custom.
- It lets you know if it will be able to bypass the current setting of UAC or not:
Even when you’re going overkill with it:
(ASK module if UAC is disabled will just elevate without any kind of user prompt)
And of course it works as expected if UAC needs bypassing:
One thing I have yet to update is a simple check to make sure you are an admin that can actually bypass UAC. If you aren’t, then you’ll be leaving this lovely calling card behind for the user: