During a recent Red Team engagement, I was able to become domain admin on the client’s network; I decided to investigate further into the “sys admin” workstations and management network in order to recover more information about the network topology and assets, dumping more password and gaining access to firewalls/switches and servers’ VLANs. Enumerating the sysadmin’s workstations, I discovered a windows tool used to connect via SSH.


SolarPuttyDecrypt is a post-exploitation/forensics tool to decrypt SolarPuTTY's sessions files and retrieve plain-text credentials. It...