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CALDERA™

Full documentation, training and use-cases can be found here.

CALDERA™ is a cyber security platform designed to easily automate adversary emulation, assist manual red-teams, and automate incident response.

It is built on the MITRE ATT&CK™ framework and is an active research project at MITRE.

The framework consists of two components:

  1. The core system. This is the framework code, consisting of what is available in this repository. Included is an asynchronous command-and-control (C2) server with a REST API and a web interface.
  2. Plugins. These repositories expand the core framework capabilities and providing additional functionality. Examples include agents, reporting, collections of TTPs and more.

Plugins

⭐️ Create your own plugin! Plugin generator: Skeleton ⭐️

Default

  • Access (red team initial access tools and techniques)
  • Atomic (Atomic Red Team project TTPs)
  • Builder (dynamically compile payloads)
  • CalTack (embedded ATT&CK website)
  • Compass (ATT&CK visualizations)
  • Debrief (operations insights)
  • Emu (CTID emulation plans)
  • Fieldmanual (documentation)
  • GameBoard (visualize joint red and blue operations)
  • Human (create simulated noise on an endpoint)
  • Manx (shell functionality and reverse shell payloads)
  • Mock (simulate agents in operations)
  • Response (incident response)
  • Sandcat (default agent)
  • SSL (enable https for caldera)
  • Stockpile (technique and profile storehouse)
  • Training (certification and training course)

More

These plugins are ready to use but are not included by default:

Requirements

These requirements are for the computer running the core framework:

  • Any Linux or MacOS
  • Python 3.7+ (with Pip3)
  • Recommended hardware to run on is 8GB+ RAM and 2+ CPUs

Installation

Concise installation steps:

git clone https://github.com/mitre/caldera.git --recursive --branch 4.0.0-alpha
cd caldera
pip3 install -r requirements.txt
python3 server.py --insecure

Full steps: Start by cloning this repository recursively, passing the desired version/release in x.x.x format. This will pull in all available plugins. If you clone master - or any non-release branch - you may experience bugs.

git clone https://github.com/mitre/caldera.git --recursive --branch 4.0.0-alpha

Next, install the PIP requirements:

pip3 install -r requirements.txt

Super-power your CALDERA server installation! Install GoLang (1.13+)

Finally, start the server.

python3 server.py --insecure

Once started, log into http://localhost:8888 using the default credentials red/admin. Then go into Plugins -> Training and complete the capture-the-flag style training course to learn how to use CALDERA.

Contributing

Refer to our contributor documentation.

Licensing

In addition to CALDERA™'s open source capabilities, MITRE maintains several in-house CALDERA™ plugins that offer more advanced functionality. For more information, or to discuss licensing opportunities, please reach out to [email protected] or directly to MITRE's Technology Transfer Office.


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