SIRAS - Security Incident Response Automated Simulations

SIRAS – Security Incident Response Automated Simulations

Security Incident Response Automated Simulations (SIRAS) are internal/controlled actions that provide a structured opportunity to practice the incident response plan and procedures during a realistic scenarios. the main idea of SIRAS is create an detection-as-a-code testing scenarios to facilitate the blueteam/tabletops scenarios. All smokers of siras make real actions into your AWS and then delete those actions in the same execution.

SIRAS is the incident response friend when you need to test your controls/alerts 🙂

Why SIRAS?

Currently, the incident detection and response team are developing differents mechanisms to prevent/detect several types of incidents, leaving aside the test stage. Although each alert/automation is tested before implementing it, and it is not constantly monitored. For this, SIRAS proposes an automated test model where it is expected to trigger alerts in a controlled manner to make security incidents simulation.

How to run:

1- ACTIVATE VIRTUALENV

virtualenv siras && source ./siras/bin/activate

2- GET HELP

python3 siras.py -s test

OPTIONS TO RUN (needed)

-s for the “smoker”

-sDescription
allrun all smokers.
testtest siras if works.
sgCreate an open sg into AWS and nuke it.
paMultiple auth failed into vpn paloalto portal (please config “pano_url” into smoker/PanAuthSmoker.py)
auCreate an adminsitrator user into AWS.
acaMultiple auth failed into AWS console portal (please config “account_id” into smoker/awsConsoleAuthSmoker.py)
ctrCreate and delete a cloudtrail trail loggin.
s3pCreate an s3 bucket public.
esbCreate an esb public snapshot (please config your snapshot ID into smoker/EBSPublicSmoker line27)

OPTIONS TO RUN (optional)

-b (to run)Description
Truesave results into s3-bucket.
FalseThis is the default, just print the output into the console

Requeriments

  • Python
  • VirtualEnv
  • AWS Credentials
  • ENV name ‘BUCKETS3’ to save the logs into that bucket if “true”.
  • (If you dont want to use virtualenv) pip to install requeriments.txt

Future Integrations

  • Kubernetes smokers
  • VPC changes
  • EC2 Infected Smoker.
  • GuardDuty Changes.

Request New Modules/Publish

Please feel free to publish or request new modules or use cases, open a ISSUE into the repo or make a PR.

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