DumpsterFire – A Tool That Generates Network Shenanigans to Facilitate Blue Team Training

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DumpsterFire is an open-source tool made by blue team member to edit create and control dumpster payloads in order to create surface attacks and also facilitate the blue team process, its main purpose is to enable users to create their own attack simulations for blue teams to respond to.

Usage


Installation


DumpsterFire Support Python version 2.x


git clone https://github.com/TryCatchHCF/DumpsterFire

cd DumpsterFire/

Executing the script with python2.7

Features


Walkthrough


We can try to see and browse existing Fire Modules

Let’s pick the scan module

Like we can see here this module runs a scan of a specific range of targets. With Nmap we can modify the range ip by modifying the file in the repository by our specific target

Resources


Pdf Presentation

What Bunny Rating Does it Get?


DumpsterFire is an open source tool made for blue team pentester to create customize and modify dumpsterfire in order to launch different type of attacks listed in modules section, it is a great tool for blue teams to be able to simulate real world attacks in a safe environment. We will be awarding this tool 4 out of 5 stars.

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