[python]Listing items with iControl API without using F5 SDK

After I have discovered that F5 SDK could not do certain things, I have decided to learn how to call the REST APIs using request and parse the json response. The first step i am learning is to use GET after that I will use POST using the json.dumps method. This code is part of … Continue reading “[python]Listing items with iControl API without using F5 SDK"

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MalPipe – Malware/IOC Ingestion And Processing Engine

MalPipe is a modular malware (and indicator) collection and processing framework. It is designed to pull malware, domains, URLs and IP addresses from multiple feeds, enrich the collected data and export the results.At this time, the following feeds are supported:VirusTotal (https://www.virustotal.com)MalShare (https://malshare.com/)BambenekFeeds (osint.bambenekconsulting.com/feeds/)FeodoBlockList (https://feodotracker.abuse.ch)Malc0deIPList (http://malc0de.com/)NoThinkIPFeeds (www.nothink.org/)OpenPhishURLs (https://openphish.com)TorNodes (https://torstatus.blutmagie.de)Getting StartedThese instructions will get you a copy of the project up and running on your local machine for development and testing purposes. See deployment for notes on how to deploy the project on a live system.InstallingDeployment of MalPipe requires installing the required python libraries and configuring the various modules.Python dependencies can be installed by running:pip install -r requirements.txtConfiguringFeedsAn example configuration is provided in config_example.json with settings to get started. This file contains a JSON object containing the required settings for each feed / processor / exporter. An description of a feeds settings are shown below:… “feeds": {… "MalShare": { "ENABLED" : true, "API_KEY" : "00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000", "EXPORTERS" : ["DetailsPrinter", "JSONLog"], "PROCESSORS" : ["YaraScan", "DNSResolver"] },…As some feeds update daily, feeds can be in two forms: scheduled and active. Settings for when these should run is defined outside of the configuration in the individual modules.ProcessorsProcessors are used to enrich/standardize the collected. For example, data from VirusTotal contains yara results for each file collected, whereas MalShare does not. By adding, YaraScan to the PROCESSORS key, you can scan the files to also include this data.An example modules settings are below:… "processors": { … "YaraScan": { "ENABLED" : false, "RULES_PATH": "/yara_rules/Malware.yara" }, …Currently, the following processors have been implemented:ASNLookupDNSResolverFileTypeRDNSYaraScanExportersThe final components is exporters, these control where the data goes. These can be used to export collected data to a malware repository, a SIEM, JSON Log files or printed for the user. … "exporters": { … "JSONLog": { "ENABLED" : true, "PRETTY" : true, "LOG_PATH": "./temp/" }, …Currently, the following processors have been implemented:DetailsPrinterGenericWebStorageJSONLogLocalFileStorageRunningAfter setup, MalPipe can be run by using:python malpipe.pyDeveloping ModulesModules for MalPipe located under malpipe/ by type:FeedsProcessorsExportersCreating new modules is easy,Create Python ModuleMalPipe modules are defined as Python classes. Following is an example Module headerclass ModuleName(Processor): def __init__(self): md = ProcessorDescription( module_name="ModuleName", description="Description", authors=["Author Name"], version="VersionNumber" ) Processor.__init__(self, md) self.types = [‘ipaddresses’] self.parse_settings()Settings can be set by importing the configuration and set to class variables, shown below: from malpipe.config import CONFIG … self.yara_rule_path = CONFIG[‘processors’][self.get_module_name()][‘RULES_PATH’]Each processor is required to have a run function that is called by the feed.Add SettingsAfter creation of the module, settings need to be added to are config.json under the processors, feeds , or exporters key. If the new module is a processor or exporter, it will also need to be added to the associated feeds. An example is shown below: … "processors": { … "SuperNewModule": { "ENABLED" : true, "DOCOOLSTUFF": true }, … "feeds": { … "0DayMalwareFeed": { "ENABLED" : true, "EXPORTERS" : ["DetailsPrinter", "JSONLog"], "PROCESSORS" : ["SuperNewModule"] } …ContributingPlease report any problems by creating a issue or starting a pull request. If you have additional modules or features you would like to see, please consider opening an issue.AuthorsSilas Cutler – GitHub | Twitter |See also the list of contributors who participated in this project. Download MalPipe

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RTA (Red Team Arsenal) – An Intelligent Scanner To Detect Security Vulnerabilities In Companies Layer 7 Assets

Red Team Arsenal is a web/network security scanner which has the capability to scan all company’s online facing assets and provide an holistic security view of any security anomalies. It’s a closely linked collections of security engines to conduct/simulate attacks and monitor public facing assets for anomalies and leaks.It’s an intelligent scanner detecting security anomalies in all layer 7 assets and gives a detailed report with integration support with nessus. As companies continue to expand their footprint on INTERNET via various acquisitions and geographical expansions, human driven security engineering is not scalable, hence, companies need feedback driven automated systems to stay put.InstallationSupported PlatformsRTA has been tested both on Ubuntu/Debian (apt-get based distros) and as well as Mac OS. It should ideally work with any linux based distributions with mongo and python installed (install required python libraries from install/py_dependencies manually).Prerequisites:There are a few packages which are necessary before proceeding with the installation:Git client: sudo apt-get install gitPython 2.7, which is installed by default in most systemsPython pip: sudo apt-get install python-pipMongoDB: Read the official installation guide to install it on your machine.Finally run python install/install.pyThere are also optional packages/tools you can install (highly recommended):Integrating Nessus:Integrating Nessus into Red Team Arsenal can be done is simple 3 steps:Download and install Nessus community edition (if you don’t have a paid edition). If you already have an installation (it can be remote installation as well), then go to step (2). Update the config file (present on the root directory of RTA) with Nessus URL, username and password. Create a nessus policy where you can configure the type of scans and plugins to run and name it RTA (Case sensitive – use full uppercase). Once the config file has the correct Nessus information (url, username, password), use the flag –nessus while running RTA to launch nessus scan over the entire subdomains gathered by RTA (one single scan initiated with all the subdomains gathered). Usage Short Form Long Form Description -u –url Domain URL to scan -v –verbose Enable the verbose mode and display results in realtime -n –nessus Launch a Nessus scan with all the subdomains -s –scraper Run scraper based on config keywords -h –help show the help message and exit Sample Outputa0xnirudh@exploitbox /RTA (master*) $ python rta.py –url “0daylabs.com" -v -s ____ _ _____ _ _ | _ \ ___ __| | |_ _|__ __ _ _ __ ___ / \ _ __ ___ ___ _ __ __ _| | | |_) / _ \/ _` | | |/ _ \/ _` | ‘_ ` _ \ / _ \ | ‘__/ __|/ _ \ ‘_ \ / _` | | | _ < __/ (_| | | | __/ (_| | | | | | | / ___ \| | \__ \ __/ | | | (_| | | |_| \_\___|\__,_| |_|\___|\__,_|_| |_| |_| /_/ \_\_| |___/\___|_| |_|\__,_|_|[i] Checking for Zonetransfer[i] Zone Transfer is not enabled[i] Checking for SPF records[+] SPF record lookups is good. Current value is: 9[-] Enumerating subdomains now for 0daylabs.com[-] Searching now in Baidu..[-] Searching now in Yahoo..[-] Searching now in Google..[-] Searching now in Bing..[-] Searching now in Ask..[-] Searching now in Netcraft..[-] Searching now in DNSdumpster..[-] Searching now in Virustotal..[-] Searching now in ThreatCrowd..[-] Searching now in SSL Certificates..[-] Searching now in PassiveDNS..[-] Total Unique Subdomains Found: 3blog.0daylabs.comwww.0daylabs.comtest.0daylabs.com[+] Verifying Subdomains and takeover options[+] Possible subdomain takeovers (Manual verification required): test.0daylabs.com[i] Verified and Analyzed Subdomains:[i] URL: blog.0daylabs.com[i] Wappalyzer: [u'jQuery', u'Varnish', u'Font Awesome', u'Twitter Bootstrap', u'Google Analytics', u'Google Font API', u'Disqus', u'Google AdSense'][i] Scraper Results[+] ShodanHostname: test.0daylabs.com IP: 139.59.63.111 Ports: 179Hostname: test.0daylabs.com IP: 139.59.63.111 Ports: 179[+] TwitterURL: https://twitter.com/tweetrpersonal9/status/832624003751694340 search string: 0daylabsURL: https://twitter.com/ratokeshi/status/823957535564644355 search string: 0daylabsNotificationsConfiguring Slack:RTA can also do push notifications to slack which includes the main scan highlight along with Nessus and other integrated scanner reports divided on the basis of severity.In your slack, create an incoming webhook and point it to the channel where you need the RTA to send the report. You can read more about creating incoming webhooks on slack documentation. In the config file, update the URL in the slack section with full URL (including https://) for the incoming webhook. Once slack is configured, you will automatically start getting reports on your configured slack channelRoadmapHere are couple of ideas which we have in mind to do going ahead with RTA. If you have any ideas/feature requests which is not listed below, feel free to raise an issue in github.Email the results once the scan is completed. Extend the current RTA API so that we can launch custom scans with required options via the API. Launch custom scans based on Wappalyzer results (eg: wpscan if wordpress is detected) Investigate and integrate more web security scanners including but not limited to Arachni, Wapiti, Skipfish and others ! JSON/XML output formatting for the RTA scan result. Improving the logic for Subdomain takeover. Multi threading support for faster scan comple. ContributorsAwesome people who built this project:Lead Developers:Anirudh Anand (@a0xnirudh)Project Contributors:Mohan KK (@MohanKallepalli)Ankur Bhargava (@_AnkurB)Prajal Kulkarni (@prajalkulkarni)Himanshu Kumar Das (@mehimansu)Special ThanksSublist3rDownload RTA

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[python]Working with F5 iControl API on listing the virtual servers and pools

I am extending my demo script to demonstrate the viability to use iControl with our orchestrator for automatic F5 load balancer server provisioning. I need to write a function to enumerate the pools and virtual servers, and here is how it is done. See the basic concept of F5 SDK here: https://f5-sdk.readthedocs.io/en/latest/userguide/basics.html The collection has … Continue reading “[python]Working with F5 iControl API on listing the virtual servers and pools"

Link: http://cyruslab.net/2018/04/22/pythonworking-with-f5-icontrol-api-on-listing-the-virtual-servers-and-pools/

[python]Resolving a group of fqdns and store the ip addresses

Reference:http://www.pythonforbeginners.com/python/dns-lookup-python Looking at the reference above is much easier than reading the actual socket documentation. My purpose is to find a python way to resolve a group of hostnames and return them as ip addresses. Here’s the same code. Here’s a test: Enter hostnames with comma: http://www.google.com,www.hotmail.com,pool.ntp.org,cyruslab.net 74.125.24.105 204.79.197.212 139.99.107.37 192.0.78.24

Link: http://cyruslab.net/2018/04/20/pythonresolving-a-group-of-fqdns-and-store-the-ip-addresses/