RIPS - A static source code analyser for vulnerabilities in PHP scripts
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RIPS

A static source code analyser for vulnerabilities in PHP scripts

Requirements

  • web server: Apache or Nginx recommended
  • PHP: latest version recommended
  • browser: Firefox recommended

Installation

  1. Download the latest release
  2. Extract the files to your local web server's document root
  3. Make sure your web server has file permissions
  4. Make sure your installation is protected from unauthorized access
  5. Open your browser at http://localhost/rips-xx/

Usage

Follow the instructions on the main page.

Command Line Interface - CLI

Usage

See original php-rips scan html form (index.php) for more options.

  php index.php [option=value]
Options Value
loc target scan file/folder
subdir recurse subdirs [0|1]
ignore_warning [0|1]
vector scan vectors [all|...]
verbosity log verbosity [0-9]
treestyle html output style [0|1]
stylesheet html output stylesheet [ayti|...]

Example: recursively scan ./code for all vuln. classes

  php index.php loc=./code subdirs=1 vector=all verbosity=2

Note: in cli-mode argv wil be parsed into $_POST therefore allowing you to set any POST variables.

Jenkins-CI Integration Notes

  1. install the html publisher plugin

  2. configure (multiple) scm to clone both this repository and the source you want to scan to distinct folders

  3. add build step: execute shell

    # config - remove this if you configure it via jenkins parameterized builds
    PATH_RIPS=rips-scanner
    PATH_REPORT=report
    FILE_REPORT=report.html
    PATH_TARGET=code
    RIPS_RECURSE_SUBDIR=1
    RIPS_VECTOR=all
    RIPS_VERBOSITY=2
    # copy dependencies
    mkdir -p report
    cp -r rips-scanner/css report
    cp -r rips-scanner/js report
    # run analysis
    echo "========================================================="
    echo "[**] running scan ... $PATH_TARGET"
    echo "========================================================="
    php $PATH_RIPS/index.php ignore_warning=1 loc=$PATH_TARGET subdirs=$RIPS_RECURSE_SUBDIR vector=$RIPS_VECTOR verbosity=$RIPS_VERBOSITY treestyle=1 stylesheet=ayti > $PATH_REPORT/$FILE_REPORT
    echo "========================================================="
    echo "[**] scan done ... check out $PATH_REPORT/$FILE_REPORT"
    echo "========================================================="
  4. add build step: execute python

    import os, sys
    import rips_stats as rips
    if __name__=="__main__":
        report = os.path.join(os.environ.get("PATH_REPORT","report"),os.environ.get("FILE_REPORT","report.html"))
        sys.exit(rips.main([report]))
  5. add post-build step: publish html, select folder 'report' name 'vulnerability-report'. A new clickable action icon 'vulnerability-report' will appear that points at the archived scan result.

Development

The community branch of RIPS is forked from version 0.55 and is not officially supported by RIPS Technologies.

A completely rebuilt solution is available from RIPS Technologies that overcomes fundamental limitations in the open source version and performs state-of-the-art security analysis.

Compared Feature RIPS 0.5 Next Generation
Supported PHP Language PHP 3-4, no OOP all, PHP 3-7
Static Code Analysis Only Token-based Full
Analysis Precision Low Very High
PHP Version Specific Analysis No Yes
Scales to Large Codesizes No Yes
API / CLI Support No Yes
Continuous Integration No Yes
Compliance / Standards No Yes
Store Analysis Results No Yes
Export Analysis Results No Yes
Issue Review System No Yes
Realtime Results No Yes
Vulnerability Trends No Yes
Detects Latest Risks No Yes
Detects Complex Vulnerabilities Limited Yes
Supported Issue Types 15 >140
Speed Fast Fast

Learn more about the next generation of RIPS at https://www.ripstech.com/latest/.