Ticket Granting Ticket forge
remi.ferrand at cc.in2p3.fr
Fri Oct 2 12:58:23 EDT 2009
Ken Raeburn a écrit :
> You would need the key for the krbtgt/YOUR.REALM at YOUR.REALM principal
> in order to do this. In fact, with that key, you can forge a TGT for
> any client principal at all, without needing an existing TGT, so if
> anyone else gets their hands on it, your realm's security is
> compromised. So unless your local machine is secure enough that you
> could run a KDC on it, this would be a really bad idea. And even
> then, running a KDC as root is probably a better idea than leaving the
> TGS key sitting around accessible under your regular account.
I'm sure I'm very close of my goal, but it's still not working ...
My KeyTab has been created using :
# kadmin.local -q 'ktadd -k /tmp/krbtgt.keytab -norandkey
krbtgt/TEST.IN2P3.FR at TEST.IN2P3.FR'
My Cache has been feed with
# kinit test
Ticket cache: FILE:/tmp/krb5cc_0
Default principal: test at TEST.IN2P3.FR
Valid starting Expires Service principal
10/02/09 18:15:12 10/03/09 04:15:12 krbtgt/TEST.IN2P3.FR at TEST.IN2P3.FR
renew until 10/03/09 18:15:11
I've written a little program to try to decrypt the TGT.
This program is compiler using those libraries : /-lkrb5 -lkadm5srv
The main steps are :
* read Keytab using krb5_kt_resolve, krb5_kt_start_seq_get,
This step gives me a krb5_keytab_entry structure.
* retrieve TGT from Ticket Cache using krb5_cc_default,
krb5_cc_set_flags, krb5_cc_start_seq_get, krb5_cc_next_cred.
This step gives me a krb5_creds structure.
* My program then try to decode_ticket using krb5_decode_ticket and
everything is successful.
* The next step is to decrypt the TGT ticket with krb5_decrypt_tkt_part,
but I encounter an error of this kind :
*forge: Program lacks support for encryption type decrypting with
Debuging using GDB ensures me that krbtgt entry read from KeyTab has an
enctype of 16 (Triple DES cbc mode with HMAC/sha1) and the same enctype
for the ticket granting ticket krbtgt read from cache.
Does anyone already encounter this kind of error using Kerberos V M.I.T
Do I have to load ciphers anywhere ?
If you want me to send you my code, juste ask and I'll send you ...
The main part of my code has been inspired from kinit or src/kdc/*
Thanks in advance
Remi Ferrand | Institut National de Physique Nucleaire
Tel. +33(0)4.78.93.08.80 | et de Physique des Particules
Fax. +33(0)220.127.116.11.70 | Centre de Calcul - http://cc.in2p3.fr/
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