Maldev-For-Dummies – A Workshop About Malware Development

In the age of EDR, red team operators cannot get away with using pre-compiled payloads anymore. As such, malware development is becoming a vital skill for any operator. Getting started with maldev may seem daunting, but is actually very easy. This workshop will show you all you need to get started! This repository contains theRead More

Reposaur – The Open Source Compliance Tool For Development Platforms

Reposaur is the open source compliance tool for development platforms. Audit, verify and report on your data and configurations easily with pre-defined and/or custom policies. Supports GitHub. GitLab, BitBucket and Gitea support soon. Getting Started Have you ever felt like you don’t know what’s happening in your GitHub/GitLab/BitBucket repositories? Between 100s or 1000s of themRead More

ColdFire – Golang Malware Development Library

Golang malware development framework Introduction ColdFire provides various methods useful for malware development in Golang. Most functions are compatible with both Linux and Windows operating systems. Installation go get github.com/redcode-labs/ColdFire Types of functions included Logging Auxiliary Reconnaissance Evasion Administration Sandbox detection Disruptive Documentation Logging functions func F(s string, arg …interface{}) string Alias for fmt.Sprintffunc PrintGood(msgRead More

Ronin – A Ruby Platform For Vulnerability Research And Exploit Development

Ronin is a Ruby platform for vulnerability research and exploit development. Ronin allows for the rapid development and distribution of code, Exploits, Payloads, Scanners, etc, via Repositories. Console Ronin provides users with a powerful Ruby Console, pre-loaded with powerful convenience methods. In the Console one can work with data and automate complex tasks, with greaterRead More

KICS – Find Security Vulnerabilities, Compliance Issues, And Infrastructure Misconfigurations Early In The Development Cycle Of Your Infrastructure-As-Code

Find security vulnerabilities, compliance issues, and infrastructure misconfigurations early in the development cycle of your infrastructure-as-code with KICS by Checkmarx. KICS stands for Keeping Infrastructure as Code Secure, it is open source and is a must-have for any cloud native project. Support of other solutions and additional cloud providers are on the roadmap. Getting StartedRead More

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