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Archery

Archery is an opensource vulnerability assessment and management tool which helps developers and pentesters to perform scans and manage vulnerabilities. Archery uses popular opensource tools to perform comprehensive scanning for web application and network. It also performs web application dynamic authenticated scanning and covers the whole applications by using selenium. The developers can also utilize the tool for implementation of their DevOps CI/CD environment.

Documentation

Demo Application

URL: https://archerysec-test.herokuapp.com/

  • Username: archerysec
  • Password: archerysec@archerysec

Demo

Overview

Overview of the tool

  • Perform Web and Network vulnerability Scanning using opensource tools.
  • Correlates and Collaborate all raw scans data, show them in a consolidated manner.
  • Perform authenticated web scanning.
  • Perform web application scanning using selenium.
  • Vulnerability Management.
  • Enable REST API's for developers to perform scanning and Vulnerability Management.
  • JIRA Ticketing System.
  • Sub domain discovery and scanning.
  • Periodic scans.
  • Concurrent scans.
  • Useful for DevOps teams for Vulnerability Management.

Note

Currently project is in development phase and still lot of work going on. Stay tuned !!!

Requirements

OpenVAS

You can follow the instructions to install OpenVAS from Hacker Target

Note that, at this time, Archery generates a TCP connection towards the OpenVAS Manager (not the GSA): therefore, you need to update your OpenVAS Manager configuration to bind this port. Its default port (9390/tcp), but you can update this in your settings.

OWASP Zap

Also known as Zaproxy. Simply download and install the matching package for your distro from the official Github Page.

Systemd service file is available in the project.

Burp Scanner

Follow the instruction in order to enable Burp REST API. You can manage and trigger scans using Archery once REST API enabled.

Systemd service file is available in the project.

SSLScan

Simply install SSLScan from your package manager.

Nikto

Simply install Nikto from your package manager.

NMAP Vulners

Simply get the NSE file to the proper directory:

cd /usr/share/nmap/scripts/
sudo wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/vulnersCom/nmap-vulners/master/vulners.nse

Automated installation

$ git clone https://github.com/archerysec/archerysec.git
$ cd archerysec
$ cp archerysecurity/local_settings.sample.py archerysecurity/local_settings.py
$ ./install.sh

Starting background tasks and django built-in server with the following commands

$ python manage.py process_tasks &
$ python manage.py runserver 0.0.0.0:8000

Manual Installation

$ git clone https://github.com/archerysec/archerysec.git
$ cd archerysec
$ cp archerysecurity/local_settings.sample.py archerysecurity/local_settings.py
$ pip install -r requirements.txt
$ python manage.py collectstatic
$ python manage.py migrate
$ python manage.py createsuperuser
$ python manage.py runserver 0.0.0.0:8000

Note: Make sure these steps (except createsuperuser) should be perform after every git pull.

Note on installation for developers and contributors

If you wish to contribute to the project, make sure you are using requirements-dev.txt and run this command once you have installed the requirements

pre-commit install

This will automatically check for code linting and rules used on this project and if everything is correct, the commit will be made.

Note on manual and automated installation

If you are running the code directly without setting DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE, this will default to using archerysec.settings.base. all defaults will be used in this case and for customizing options you can copy local_settings.sample.py to local_settings.py

Docker option should use environment variables to set different settings of the container.

Docker Installation

ArcherySec Docker is available from ArcherySec Docker

$ docker pull archerysec/archerysec
$ docker run -it -p 8000:8000 archerysec/archerysec:latest

# For persistence

docker run -it -p 8000:8000 -v <your_local_dir>:/archerysec archerysec/archerysec:latest

Using ArcherySec through docker compose

This is the simplest way to get things running. For the time being the docker-compose.yml is focused on development configuration but with some changes you can get a production ready definition.

Running the following command will get you all the services up, creates a postgres db and connects ArcherySec with it.

$ docker-compose up -d

Environment variables for this project

The following environment variables are used to change behaviour of the container settings

DB_PASSWORD

Database password for the postgres db server

DB_USER

Database user for the postgres db server

DB_NAME

Database name for the postgres db server

DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE

Django setting to use. currently this can be set to archerysecurity.settings.development or archerysecurity.settings.production depending on your needs

DJANGO_SECRET_KEY

Always generate and set a secret key for you project. Tools like this one can be used for this purpose

DJANGO_DEBUG

Set this variable to 1 if debug should be enabled

ARCHERY_WORKER

This variable is used to tell the container it has to behave as a worker to process tasks and not as a web server running on port 8000. Set it to True if you want to run on this mode.

Setup third-party integrations

ZAP running daemon mode

Locate your ZAP startup script, and execute it using the options detailed below.

Windows :

zap.bat -daemon -host 0.0.0.0 -port 8080 -config api.disablekey=true -config api.addrs.addr.name=.* -config api.addrs.addr.regex=true

Others :

zap.sh -daemon -host 0.0.0.0 -port 8080 -config api.disablekey=true -config api.addrs.addr.name=.* -config api.addrs.addr.regex=true

Zap Setting

  1. Go to Setting Page
  2. Edit ZAP setting or navigate URL : http://host:port/webscanners/setting_edit/
  3. Fill below required information.
    • Zap API Key: Leave blank if you using ZAP as daemon api.disablekey=true
    • Zap API Host: Your zap API host ip or system IP Ex. 127.0.0.1 or 192.168.0.2
    • Zap API Port: ZAP running port Ex. 8080

OpenVAS Setting

  1. Go to setting Page
  2. Edit OpenVAS setting or navigate URL: http://host:port/networkscanners/openvas_setting
  3. Fill all required information and click on save.

Road Map

  • Scanners parser & Plugin

    • Nessus (XML)
    • Webinspect (XML)
    • Acunetix (XML)
    • AppScan (XML)
    • Netsparker (XML)
    • AppSpider
  • Popular Tools plugin support.

    • Nmap
    • SSL Analysis
    • Nikto
    • WPScan
    • OWASP JoomScan
  • Reporting

    • PDF
    • Docx
    • XML
    • Excel
    • JSON
  • API Automated vulnerability scanning.

  • Vulnerability POC pictures.

  • Cloud Security scanning.

  • Source code review project management?

    • Fortify plugin
    • Checkmarks ? ....

Lead Developer

Anand Tiwari

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