Shuffle is an automation platform for and by the community, focusing on accessibility for anyone to automate. Security operations is complex, but it doesn't have to be.
Follow us on Twitter at @shuffleio.
- Self-hosted: Check out the installation guide
- Cloud: Register at https://shuffler.io/register and get cooking (missing a lot of features)
Please consider sponsoring the project if you want to see more rapid development.
- 1. Introducing Shuffle
- 2. Getting started with Shuffle
- 3. Integrating Shuffle with Virustotal and TheHive
- 4. Real-time executions with TheHive, Cortex and MISP
- OpenAPI apps: https://github.com/frikky/security-openapis
- Documentation: https://github.com/frikky/shuffle-docs
- Workflows: https://github.com/frikky/shuffle-workflows
- Python apps: https://github.com/frikky/shuffle-apps
- Simple, feature rich workflow editor
- App creator using OpenAPI
- Premade apps for your security tools
- Organization and sub-organization control
- Hybrid resource sharing with shuffler.io (optional)
We want to make the world of cybersecurity more accessible and need all the help we can get. Send an email to frikky@shuffler and we'll make sure to give you any training you may need.
These are the main areas to contribute in:
- Frontend (ReactJS)
- Backend (Golang)
- App Creation (Python & GUI w/OpenAPI)
- Documentation (Markdown)
- Workflow creation (GUI & Conceptualizing)
- Content Creation (Blogs, videos etc)
Contributing guidelines are outlined here.
All modular information related to Shuffle will be under MIT (anyone can use it for whatever purpose), with Shuffle itself using AGPLv3.
Workflows: MIT Documentation: MIT Shuffle backend: AGPLv3 Apps, specification and App SDK: MIT
Below is the folder structure with a short explanation
├── README.md # What you're reading right now ├── backend # Contains backend related code. │ ├── go-app # The backend golang webserver │ └── app_sdk # The SDK used for apps ├── frontend # Contains frontend code. ReactJS, Material UI and cytoscape ├── functions # Has execution and extension resources, such as the Wazuh integration │ ├── onprem # Code for onprem solutions │ │ ├── Orborus # Distributes execution locations │ │ ├── Worker # Runs a workflow └ docker-compose.yml # Used for deployments