A project for testing continuous integration (CI) or continuous delivery (CD) system security
- Test Your CI/CD - Build this project on your CI/CD server to see if there is room for security improvements.
- Uses Unit-Test Framework - Use unit-tests not to test this code, but let this code's unit tests test your CI/CD
- Simple - The design of this project is to make it simple to test your CI and get clear feedback via PASS/FAIL specs
- Extensible - Add new specs to test for the specific things you want to know about your CI
- Dual-Purpose - Use RottenApple::Audit to audit a CI/CD or Use RottenApple::Attack (disabled by default) to attack a CI/CD
Here's how it works
- Fork the project
- Configure/Add the tests you want to run
- Configure your CI/CD to build this project
- Build it
- Check the Unit-test Results for details
This portion of the project is focused on auditing a CI/CD system and is the default name space when the "rake" command is invoked in this project.
Here's the list of audit checks it does right now:
- Is the root user is being to build projects?
- Can malicious code steal your RubyGems API key?
- Could malicious code pivot to private networks?
- Can malicous code authenticate using your GitHub creds?
- Could malicious code receive instructions from a remote party or exfiltrate data from your CI?
- Can malicious code access other projects being built on the same server?
- Can malicious code steal SSH private keys?
Conversely, this is the portion of the project that enables you to actively attack a CI/CD. To change to "attack mode", open the Rakefile and change the default to "attack".
Here's the list of attacks it does right now:
- Steal the RubyGems API key
- Flush IP Tables (aka: drop firewall rules)
- Install Software to aid in the attack process
- Make an unauthorized commit to master
- Perform an NMAP scan of a desired set to targets
- Throw/Shovel a reverse shell to get command-line access to the CI/CD
- Steal SSH private keys
If you are interested in contributing to this project, please see CONTRIBUTING.md
- Attacking Cloud Services w/ Source Code
- Make an Unauthorized Commit to Master using Continous Integration Video
- Pop a Reverse Shell using Continous Integration Video
- Securing Continuous Integration Services
@claudijd is the primary author of this project.
Any additional contributors will be listed here as a sincere thanks for their contributions.