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awsEnum – Enumerate AWS Cloud Resources Based On Provided Credential

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Enumrate AWS services! with no nosies

awsEnum is a python script enumrate AWS services through the provided credential.

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If you are looking to enumerate AWS services. So, welcome
to awsEnum, awsEnum is a python script trying to facilitate
the enumerate phase of AWS cloud with the lowest possible
headache and less noise. Therefore we are not supporting
the `all` mode. —————————————-
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developed by bassammaged (@kemet)
version: 0.1 Beta
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[!] Make sure you already defined credential profile via AWS CLI.usage: run.py [-h] [-p profile_name] [-r region_name] [-v | –verbose | –no-verbose] [-t TRIES] aws_service_namepositional arguments:
aws_service_name Specify the aws service for enumration. Supported services are: [‘ec2’, ‘iam’, ‘s3’] (default: all)options:
-h, –help show this help message and exit
-p profile_name, –profile profile_name
specify aws credential profile that will be used through the enumeration. (default: default)
-r region_name, –region region_name
specify aws region. (default: eu-central-1)
-v, –verbose, –no-verbose
Allows the script to print out t he message level start with debug. (default: False)
-t TRIES, –tries TRIES
set maximum tries. (default: 1000)

Disclaimer

awsEnum is in beta version and is supposed to be free of issues but if any issues encountered, please submit the ticket,awsEnum is coded and published to be used in partical circumstances:

Engaging in penetration testing activity. Carry on Bug hunting activity. AWS cloud security Audit. Any other legal activity that already approved by the owner of the asset.

awsEnum is craeted to work under hoodie, which means there’s no intention to support all mode.

Features

Connect to aws service through boto3, on other word! signing request. awsEnum allows user to set the number of requests [By default: 1000]. awsEnum store result into json file. Keep AWS credential within awscli confugration and just pass profile_name to awsEnum. Supported service: ec2, iam, s3.

Prerequisites

Python3 pip package manager python3 -m pip install requirements.txt Feel Free to use awsEnum via run.py script

Results and FQAs

[
{
“AmiLaunchIndex”: 0,
“ImageId”: “ami-7c803d1c”,
“InstanceId”: “i-05bef8a081f307783”,
“InstanceType”: “t2.micro”,
“KeyName”: “Default”,
“LaunchTime”: “2017-02-12 22:29:24+00:00”,
“Monitoring”: {
“State”: “disabled”
},
“Placement”: {
“AvailabilityZone”: “us-west-2a”,
“GroupName”: “”,
“Tenancy”: “default”
},
“PrivateDnsName”: “ip-172-31-41-84.us-west-2.compute.internal”,
“PrivateIpAddress”: “172.31.41.84”,
“ProductCodes”: [],
“PublicDnsName”: “ec2-35-165-182-7.us-west-2.compute.amazonaws.com”,
“PublicIpAddress”: “35.165.182.7”,
“State”: {
“Code”: 16,
“Name”: “running”
},
“StateTransitionReason”: “”,
“SubnetId”: “subnet-d962aa90”,
” VpcId”: “vpc-1052ce77”,
“Architecture”: “x86_64”,
“BlockDeviceMappings”: [
{
“DeviceName”: “/dev/sda1”,
“Ebs”: {
“AttachTime”: “2017-02-12 22:29:25+00:00”,
“DeleteOnTermination”: true,
“Status”: “attached”,
“VolumeId”: “vol-04f1c039bc13ea950”
}
}
],
“ClientToken”: “kTOiC1486938563883”,
“EbsOptimized”: false,
“Hypervisor”: “xen”,
“IamInstanceProfile”: {
“Arn”: “arn:aws:iam::975426262029:instance-profile/flaws”,
“Id”: “AIPAIK7LV6U6UXJXQQR3Q”
},
“NetworkInterfaces”: [
{
“Association”: {
“IpOwnerId”: “amazon”,
“PublicDnsName”: “ec2-35-165-182-7.us-west-2.compute.amazonaws.com”,
“PublicIp”: “35.165.182.7”
},
“Attachment”: {
“AttachTime”: “2017-02-12 22:29:24+00:00”,
“AttachmentId”: “eni-attach-a4901fc2”,
“DeleteOnTermination”: true,
“DeviceIndex”: 0,
“Status”: “attached”,
“NetworkCardIndex”: 0
},
“Description”: “”,
“Groups”: [
{
“GroupName”: “launch-wizard-1”,
“GroupId”: “sg-490f6631”
}
],
“Ipv6Addresses”: [],
“MacAddress”: “06:b0:7a:92:21:cf”,
“NetworkInterfaceId”: “eni-c26ed780”,
“OwnerId”: “975426262029”,
“PrivateDnsName”: “ip-172-31-41-84.us-west-2.compute.internal”,
“PrivateIpAddress”: “172.31.41.84”,
“PrivateIpAddresses”: [
{
“Association”: {
“IpOwnerId”: “amazon”,
“PublicDnsName”: “ec2-35-165-182-7.us-west-2.compute.amazonaws.com”,
“PublicIp”: “35.165.182.7”
},
“Primary”: true,
“PrivateDnsName”: “ip-172-31-41-84.us-west-2.compute.internal”,
“PrivateIpAddress”: “172.31.41.84”
}
],
“SourceDestCheck”: true,
“Status”: “in-use”,
“SubnetId”: “subnet-d962aa90”,
“VpcId”: “vpc-1052ce77”,
“InterfaceType”: “interface”
}
],
“RootDeviceName”: “/dev/sda1”,
“RootDeviceType”: “e bs”,
“SecurityGroups”: [
{
“GroupName”: “launch-wizard-1”,
“GroupId”: “sg-490f6631”
}
],
“SourceDestCheck”: true,
“VirtualizationType”: “hvm”,
“CpuOptions”: {
“CoreCount”: 1,
“ThreadsPerCore”: 1
},
“CapacityReservationSpecification”: {
“CapacityReservationPreference”: “open”
},
“HibernationOptions”: {
“Configured”: false
},
“MetadataOptions”: {
“State”: “applied”,
“HttpTokens”: “optional”,
“HttpPutResponseHopLimit”: 1,
“HttpEndpoint”: “enabled”,
“HttpProtocolIpv6”: “disabled”,
“InstanceMetadataTags”: “disabled”
},
“EnclaveOptions”: {
“Enabled”: false
},
“Platform Details”: “Linux/UNIX”,
“UsageOperation”: “RunInstances”,
“UsageOperationUpdateTime”: “2017-02-12 22:29:24+00:00”,
“PrivateDnsNameOptions”: {},
“MaintenanceOptions”: {
“AutoRecovery”: “default”
}
}
]

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