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Releases: OWASP/threat-dragon

Version 1.6.1

03 Mar 16:31
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  • Docs now moved to a different site now that threatdragon.org is not accessible

Note that this is an interim release of 1.x before Threat Dragon version 2.0 is released late 2022

Web Application
The web application is provided as a .tar.gz file or a .zip file

Desktop version

Platform File
Windows NSIS installer OWASP-Threat-Dragon.Setup.1.6.1.exe
MacOS installer OWASP-Threat-Dragon-1.6.1.dmg
MacOS zip OWASP-Threat-Dragon-1.6.1-mac.zip
Linux AppImage OWASP-Threat-Dragon-1.6.1.AppImage
Debian package, AMD64 threat-dragon-desktop-1.6.1.amd64.deb
Redhat package manager, X86 64 bit threatdragon-1.6.1.x86_64.rpm

** Running on Windows
Depending on the security applied in Windows, you may need open the file properties and check the 'Unblock' checkbox to allow Threat Dragon to run

Selecting the Linux package to use
AppImage can be used for most Linux distributions and hardware platforms
Snap image is available via official snapcraft distribution
.rpm for Red Hat Linux, AIX, CentOS, Fedora
.deb for debian based Linux, such as Ubuntu, Trisqel and of course Debian itself

Version 1.6.0

06 Dec 09:07
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Note that this is intended to be the last release of 1.x before Threat Dragon migrates to version 2.0 next year

Web Application
The web application is provided as a .tar.gz file or a .zip file

Alternatively pull the Threat Dragon docker image using docker pull threatdragon/owasp-threat-dragon:v1.6.0

Desktop version

Platform File
Windows NSIS installer OWASP-Threat-Dragon.Setup.1.6.0.exe
MacOS installer OWASP-Threat-Dragon-1.6.0.dmg
MacOS zip OWASP-Threat-Dragon-1.6.0-mac.zip
Linux AppImage OWASP-Threat-Dragon-1.6.0.AppImage
Debian package, AMD64 threat-dragon-desktop-1.6.0.amd64.deb
Redhat package manager, X86 64 bit threatdragon-1.6.0.x86_64.rpm

** Running on Windows
Depending on the security applied in Windows, you may need open the file properties and check the 'Unblock' checkbox to allow Threat Dragon to run

Selecting the Linux package to use
AppImage can be used for most Linux distributions and hardware platforms
Snap image is available via official snapcraft distribution
.rpm for Red Hat Linux, AIX, CentOS, Fedora
.deb for debian based Linux, such as Ubuntu, Trisqel and of course Debian itself

Version 1.5.8

30 Sep 01:23
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  • Shows NA threats as having been completed/ mitigated
  • Fixes bug in threat engine present in the web application only

This new release now has signed binaries for Windows.

Web Application
The web application is provided as .tar.gz file or a .zip file

Alternatively pull the Threat Dragon docker image using docker pull threatdragon/owasp-threat-dragon:v1.5.8

Desktop version

Platform File
Windows NSIS installer OWASP-Threat-Dragon.Setup.1.5.8.exe
MacOS installer OWASP-Threat-Dragon-1.5.8.dmg
MacOS zip OWASP-Threat-Dragon-1.5.8-mac.zip
Linux AppImage OWASP-Threat-Dragon-1.5.8.AppImage
Debian package, AMD64 threat-dragon-desktop-1.5.8.amd64.deb
Redhat package manager, X86 64 bit threatdragon-1.5.8.x86_64.rpm

Selecting the Linux package to use
AppImage can be used for most Linux distributions and hardware platforms
Snap image is available via official snapcraft distribution
.rpm for Red Hat Linux, AIX, CentOS, Fedora
.deb for debian based Linux, such as Ubuntu, Trisqel and of course Debian itself

Version 1.5.5

15 Sep 08:19
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  • Fixes the "Windows can not open a new file" bugs #262 and #267

We are in the process of obtaining a Windows code-signing certificate and that should be available soon. Once that is available, a new release will be created with signed binaries for Windows.

Web Application
The web application is provided as .tar.gz file or a .zip file

Alternatively pull the Threat Dragon docker image using docker pull threatdragon/owasp-threat-dragon:v1.5.5

Desktop version

Platform File
Windows NSIS installer OWASP-Threat-Dragon.Setup.1.5.5.exe
MacOS installer OWASP-Threat-Dragon-1.5.5.dmg
MacOS zip OWASP-Threat-Dragon-1.5.5-mac.zip
Linux AppImage OWASP-Threat-Dragon-1.5.5.AppImage
Linux Snap, AMD64 threatdragon-1.5.5.amd64.snap
Debian package, AMD64 threat-dragon-desktop-1.5.5.amd64.deb
Redhat package manager, X86 64 bit threatdragon-1.5.5.x86_64.rpm

Selecting the Linux package to use
AppImage can be used for most Linux distributions and hardware platforms
Snap image is available via official snapcraft distribution
.rpm for Red Hat Linux, AIX, CentOS, Fedora
.deb for debian based Linux, such as Ubuntu, Trisqel and of course Debian itself

Version 1.5.3

22 Aug 20:21
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Note: there is a bug in this release for Windows, where clicking on either the 'Get started by creating a completely new, empty threat model' or the 'Explore a sample model' will break. The work around for the moment is to select 'New' from the pull down menu.
There is a fix in place which will be released with version 1.5.5

We are in the process of obtaining a code-signing certificate and that should be available soon. Once that is available, a new release will be created with signed binaries for Windows.

Web Application
The web application is provided as .tar.gz file or a .zip file

Alternatively pull the Threat Dragon docker image using docker pull threatdragon/owasp-threat-dragon:v1.5.3

Desktop version

Platform File
Windows NSIS installer OWASP-Threat-Dragon.Setup.1.5.3.exe
MacOS installer OWASP-Threat-Dragon-1.5.3.dmg
MacOS zip OWASP-Threat-Dragon-1.5.3-mac.zip
Linux AppImage OWASP-Threat-Dragon-1.5.3.AppImage
Linux Snap, AMD64 threatdragon-1.5.3.amd64.snap
Debian package, AMD64 threat-dragon-desktop-1.5.3.amd64.deb
Redhat package manager, X86 64 bit threatdragon-1.5.3.x86_64.rpm

Selecting the Linux package to use
AppImage can be used for most Linux distributions and hardware platforms
.rpm for Red Hat Linux, AIX, CentOS, Fedora
.deb for debian based Linux, such as Ubuntu, Trisqel and of course Debian itself
snap can be used across Linux distributions

Version 1.5.0

10 Aug 10:56
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Note: this release has broken the 'add a new threat per element' functionality. If you use this method of adding threats it may be better to wait for version 1.5.1 which is due out August 2021

  • provides script to transpile Microsoft Threat Model Tool .tm7 files to Threat Dragon .json files
  • adds Not Applicable as a threat-level option
  • adds a UUID to individual threats
  • removes trust boundary colour

Web Application
The web application is provided as .tar.gz file or a .zip file

Alternatively pull the Threat Dragon docker image using docker pull threatdragon/owasp-threat-dragon:v1.5.0
sha256: 9aa6ee00b287e2e663ac9a675d83b5f1f842f963d6f2eb234a5988186acae4ad

Desktop version

Platform File SHA256
Windows NSIS installer OWASP-Threat-Dragon.Setup.1.5.0.exe 49ce24ceba2b4c4317cf39b23b2758e6e718d671a8fc253cd7f5ed11e2d94ac8
MacOS installer OWASP-Threat-Dragon-1.5.0.dmg b51b96beaf5f3012db6ccb4ba55f775636796b1f50c5d6b82caee37e8b136f6a
MacOS zip OWASP-Threat-Dragon-1.5.0-mac.zip 6f544fa3b33dead0146289a74a206fead5003ed6aefd30764d0aa4606466d1e4
Linux AppImage OWASP-Threat-Dragon-1.5.0.AppImage 7d42a47a84ecc66df99fdeb2bcc77c0b316af320b6d85ac9630bc95786860434
Linux Snap, AMD64 threatdragon-1.5.0.amd64.snap 6bcd155d312ee1dada49db9bbc9a4bbf74f4d07a1bd3dfc97019118f9ef24279
Debian package, AMD64 threat-dragon-desktop-1.5.0.amd64.deb 959432a3788cae01bb5bdcb010fc583b048470dbdef6f6b55945965e1e76f1b0
Redhat package manager, X86 64 bit threatdragon-1.5.0.x86_64.rpm fb7c8a5348e18b3a7035e19f83c324cffc02841a30bd558e46416e75c93fd40f

MacOS Installation
There will most likely be a 'cannot check for malicious software' error when installing on MacOS. Until we notarize the image
(and this work is in progress) please follow this FAQ.

Selecting the Linux package to use
AppImage can be used for most Linux distributions and hardware platforms
.rpm for Red Hat Linux, AIX, CentOS, Fedora
.deb for debian based Linux, such as Ubuntu, Trisqel and of course Debian itself
snap can be used across Linux distributions

Version 1.4.0

05 May 15:51
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Provides dotenv for environment variables and updates to docker image.

Web Application
The web application is provide as .tar.gz file or a .zip file

Alternatively pull the docker image using docker pull threatdragon/owasp-threat-dragon:v1.4.0
sha256: a3aa7d555fd997b10bfbd26d8c86ae0a7fff4a6d5bdaad52768a5cf37a3f0cb0

Desktop version

Platform File SHA256
Windows installer OWASP-Threat-Dragon-Setup-1.4.0.exe 3c63889cd671fe886d1393e36e898c38089769ef5aaa5b0b294f7abe0342aadd
MacOS installer OWASP-Threat-Dragon-1.4.0.dmg d42ae717e033b007e0102faf6ff6c6db0aaf8878fff02ec05a6ac4949dbde214
Linux AppImage OWASP-Threat-Dragon-1.4.0.AppImage 7d54ff7affad62eaaacf864f5fb56cd17e8c0be066e86a6f41fbf5cc1d4e24d1
Linux Snap, AMD64 threatdragon-1.4.0.amd64.snap 90e63a225cd518f961cc88896fbd305b7f8a19367a5f233eb3d079e490ab7acb
Debian package, AMD64 threatdragon-1.4.0.amd64.deb fe5c5a18789f0eaa2b2da7a3cd11d5732fe7cb3df5242e62d00468d5fc28ff09
Debian package, X86 64 bit threatdragon-1.4.0.x86_64.deb 933515e3ccda2f41c5d7b9f26f84cc2c22182c138af4182f72589c7fd057193f
Redhat package manager, AMD64 threatdragon-1.4.0.amd64.rpm d5189a105b5660f70c5eeba2d570660fcab55078592d648ea0133789b0bf7bc7
Redhat package manager, X86 64 bit threatdragon-1.4.0.x86_64.rpm ab22258c4e175b09d9628fac7f7330b9559d34145069d57f135c1055a416036c

MacOS Installation
There will most likely be a 'cannot check for malicious software' error when installing on MacOS. Until we notarize the installer
(and this work is in progress) please follow this FAQ.

Selecting the Linux package to use
AppImage can be used for most Linux distributions and hardware platforms
RPM for Red Hat Linux, AIX, CentOS, Fedora
DEB for debian based Linux, such as Ubuntu, Trisqel and of course Debian itself
SNAP can be used across Linux distributions, but is supplied here only for AMD64 hardware platforms

Version 1.3.1

26 Oct 09:19
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Update documentation link to point to new docs page

Version 1.3

03 Sep 19:29
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Add multiple threat engine support for LINDDUN and CIA alongside STRIDE