DCSYNCMonitor - Monitors for DCSYNC and DCSHADOW attacks and create custom Windows Events for these events.

DCSYNCMonitor – Monitors for DCSYNC and DCSHADOW attacks and create custom Windows Events for these events.

DCSYNCMonitor tool is an application/service that can be deployed on Domain controllers to alert on Domain Controller Syncronization attempts. When an attempt is detected, the tool will write an event to the Windows Event Log. These events can be correlated in a SIEM. In addition, this tool can take a list of valid DC IP’s and, in this configuration, only alert when a DC SYNC attempt comes from a non-DC ip. This tool is meant to provide Blue Teams with a way to combat DC SYNC and DC SHADOW attacks without commercial tools like Microsoft ATA or fancy IDS/IPS.

DCSYNCMonitor

DCSYNCMonitor tool has the following known limitations:
+ The tool does a byte comparision for the DSNcChange Packet. This pattern should be fairly robust, but can likely be defeatable by an advanced attacker.
+ The tool does not handle IPv4 fragmentation. An attacker could concievably specially craft a DC SYNC request with IPv4 fragmentation to bypass the packet sniffing.
+ The tool does not handle IPv6 packet extensions. An attacker, on an IPv6 network could conceivably craft a DC SYNC request that contains extra header extensions or use a Jumbogram to bypass the signatures.
+ The tool does not handle malformed packets which may or may not be correctly dropped by the kernel.
+ It is highly unlikely, but a false postive could occur if a random tcp packet manages to match the 11 byte signature this tool checks for.
+ This tool will only work on Server 2008 or later.

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Source: https://github.com/shellster