Domi-Owned is a tool used for compromising IBM/Lotus Domino servers.
Tested on IBM/Lotus Domino 8.5.2, 8.5.3, 9.0.0, and 9.0.1 running on Windows and Linux.
Changelog 10/12/2015: Better version detection, random user agents, added requirements.txt
A valid username and password is not required unless ‘names.nsf’ and/or ‘webadmin.nsf’ requires authentication.
Running Domi-Owned with just the –url flag will attempt to identify the Domino server version, as well as check if ‘names.nsf’ and ‘webadmin.nsf’ requires authentication.
If a username and password is given, Domi-Owned will check to see if that account can access ‘names.nsf’ and ‘webadmin.nsf’ with those credentials.
To dump all Domino accounts with a non-empty hash from ‘names.nsf’, run Domi-Owned with the –hashdump flag. This prints the results to the screen and writes them to separate out files depending on the hash type (Domino 5, Domino 6, Domino 8).
The Domino Quick Console is active by default; however, it will not show the command’s output. A work around to this problem is to redirect the command output to a file, in this case ‘log.txt’, that is then displayed as a web page on the Domino server.
If the –quickconsole flag is given, Domi-Owned will access the Domino Quick Console, through ‘webadmin.nsf’, allowing the user to issue native Windows or Linux commands. Domi-Owned will then retrieve the output of the command and display the results in real time, through a command line interpreter. Type exit to quit the Quick Console interpreter, which will also delete the ‘log.txt’ output file.
Installation using git:
git clone https://github.com/coldfusion39/domi-owned
pip install -r requirements.txt
Source : https://github.com/coldfusion39 | Our post before http://seclist.us/dominos-own-is-a-ibmlotus-domino-exploitation.html