AWS Service Enumeration
The tool is in beta stage (testing in progress), no destructive API Calls used ( read only actions ). I hope, there will be no issues with the tool. If any issues encountered, please submit the ticket.
The AWS Enumerator was created for service enumeration and info dumping for investigations of penetration testers during Black-Box testing. The tool is intended to speed up the process of Cloud review in case the security researcher compromised AWS Account Credentials.
AWS Enumerator supports more than 600 API Calls ( reading actions
Describe etc... ), and will be extended.
The tool provides interface for result analysis. All results are saved in json files (one time "Database").
If you have Go installed and configured (i.e. with
$GOPATH/bin in your
go get -u github.com/shabarkin/aws-enumerator
To setup credentials, you should use cred subcommand and supply credentials:
./aws-enumerator cred -aws_access_key_id AKIA***********XKU -aws_region us-west-2 -aws_secret_access_key kIm6m********************5JPF
.env file, which is loaded to global variables each time you call
WARNING: If you set these values
AWS_SESSION_TOKEN in global variables manually before running the tool, it will not be able to load AWS Credentials specified in
.env file ( It can't overwrite global variables ).
To enumerate all services, you should use enum subcommand and supply all value or iam,s3,sts,rds ( no spaces between commas ), etc. ...
./aws-enumerator enum -services all
If you want to check specific services (up to 10 ):
./aws-enumerator enum -services iam,sts,rds
-speed flag is optional, the default value is
normal ) There are 3 options
./aws-enumerator enum -services all -speed slow
To analyse the collected information, you should use
dump subcommand: ( Use
all for quick overview of available API calls )
./aws-enumerator dump -services all
Analyze specific services (up to 10)
iam,s3,sts, etc ...
./aws-enumerator dump -services iam,s3,sts
To filter API calls, you should use
-filter option, start typing the name of API call (
./aws-enumerator dump -services iam -filter GetA
To retrieve the result of API call, you should use
./aws-enumerator dump -services iam -filter ListS -print