Every year I usually flag some tools that I want to try when I get back home from hacker summer camp. Things end up getting hectic, life and work takes over, and a year later, my reminders auto-delete rules remove all traces of what was once recorded.
Well not this year, I stuck to my guns and have been cycling through my list of “really cool tools to try”.
I remember catching a bit of the BloodHound talk when I was presenting Wordsmith at BSides LV, and being quite excited to try it out.
To my surprise there isn’t a good, concise guide to get BloodHound up and running on Debian. So here is what I was able to cobble together.
This should take about 15 minutes to install and configure.
First thing to do is sudo up.
Install some packages that will be necessary to grab BloodHound.