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FindUncommonShares – A Python Equivalent Of PowerView’s Invoke-ShareFinder.ps1 Allowing To Quickly Find Uncommon Shares In Vast Windows Domains


The script is a Python equivalent of PowerView‘s Invoke-ShareFinder.ps1 allowing to quickly find uncommon shares in vast Windows Active Directory Domains.


  • Only requires a low privileges domain user account.
  • Automatically gets the list of all computers from the domain controller’s LDAP.
  • Ignore the hidden shares (ending with $) with --ignore-hidden-shares.
  • Multithreaded connections to discover SMB shares.
  • Export results in JSON with IP, name, comment, flags and UNC path with --export-json <file.json>.
  • Export results in XLSX with IP, name, comment, flags and UNC path with --export-xlsx <file.xlsx>.
  • Export results in SQLITE3 with IP, name, comment, flags and UNC path with --export-sqlite <file.db>.
  • Iterate on LDAP result pages to get every computer of the domain, no matter the size.


$ ./ -h
FindUncommonShares v2.4 - by @podalirius_

usage: [-h] [--use-ldaps] [-q] [--debug] [-no-colors] [-I] [-t THREADS] [--export-xlsx EXPORT_XLSX] [--export-json EXPORT_JSON] [--export-sqlite EXPORT_SQLITE] --dc-ip ip address [-d DOMAIN] [-u USER]
[--no-pass | -p PASSWORD | -H [LMHASH:]NTHASH | --aes-key hex key] [-k]

Find uncommon SMB shares on remote machines.

optional arguments:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
--use-ldaps Use LDAPS instead of LDAP
-q, --quiet Show no information at all.
--debug Debug mode.
-no-colors Disables colored output mode
-I, --ignore-hidden-shares
Ignores hidden shares (shares ending with $)
-t THREADS, --threads THREADS
Number of threads (default: 20)

Output fi les:
--export-xlsx EXPORT_XLSX
Output XLSX file to store the results in.
--export-json EXPORT_JSON
Output JSON file to store the results in.
--export-sqlite EXPORT_SQLITE
Output SQLITE3 file to store the results in.

Authentication & connection:
--dc-ip ip address IP Address of the domain controller or KDC (Key Distribution Center) for Kerberos. If omitted it will use the domain part (FQDN) specified in the identity parameter
-d DOMAIN, --domain DOMAIN
(FQDN) domain to authenticate to
-u USER, --user USER user to authenticate with

--no-pass Don't ask for password (useful for -k)
-p PASSWORD, --password PASSWORD
Password to authenticate w ith
NT/LM hashes, format is LMhash:NThash
--aes-key hex key AES key to use for Kerberos Authentication (128 or 256 bits)
-k, --kerberos Use Kerberos authentication. Grabs credentials from .ccache file (KRB5CCNAME) based on target parameters. If valid credentials cannot be found, it will use the ones specified in the command line

Examples :

$ ./ -u 'user1' -d 'LAB.local' -p '[email protected]!' --dc-ip
FindUncommonShares v2.3 - by @podalirius_

[>] Extracting all computers ...
[+] Found 2 computers.

[>] Enumerating shares ...
[>] Found 'Users' on 'DC01.LAB.local'
[>] Found 'WeirdShare' on 'DC01.LAB.local' (comment: 'Test comment')
[>] Found 'AnotherShare' on 'PC01.LAB.local'
[>] Found 'Users' on 'PC01.LAB.local

Each JSON entry looks like this:

"computer": {
"fqdn": "DC01.LAB.local",
"ip": ""
"share": {
"name": "ADMIN$",
"comment": "Remote Admin",
"hidden": true,
"uncpath": "\\\\\\ADMIN$\\",
"type": {
"stype_value": 2147483648,
"stype_flags": [


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