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pwn

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 Dependencies

Development

>= 2.3.25
= 13.0.6
= 6.4.0
= 3.12.0

Runtime

= 0.7.2
= 3.0.1
= 3.1.0
= 1.6.2
= 5.3.1
= 4.15.0
= 2.19.0
= 1.0.0
= 6.0.0
= 0.8.3
= 2.6.2
= 1.1.2
= 2.5.0
= 1.0.2
= 2.7.1
= 2.18.1
= 0.17.1
= 7.3.0
= 1.13.9
= 1.2.1
= 1.1.4
= 1.1.13
= 2.11.0
= 1.4.4
= 0.14.1
= 1.3.0
= 3.0.0
= 2.0.13
= 5.0.0
= 3.1.2
= 1.39.0
= 1.6.1
= 1.0.0
= 1.14.0
= 1.11.3.9
= 2.13.1
= 1.3.2
= 3.0.3
= 1.7.1
= 1.5.3
= 1.8.1
= 0.23.1
= 7.1.0
= 0.1.2
= 1.7.0
= 2.6.3
= 0.3.3
= 0.8.1
= 0.9.28
= 5.1.0
= 0.3
 Project Readme

PWN

Table of Contents

  • Intro
    • What is PWN
    • Why PWN
    • How PWN Works
  • Installation
  • General Usage
  • Call to Arms
  • Module Documentation
  • Keep Us Caffeinated
  • 0x004D65726368

Intro

What is PWN

PWN (Pronounced /pōn/ or pone), is an open security automation framework that aims to stand on the shoulders of security giants, promoting trust and innovation. Build your own custom automation drivers freely and easily using pre-built modules.

Why PWN

It's easy to agree that while corporate automation is a collection of proprietary source code, the core modules used to produce automated solutions should be open for all eyes to continuously promote trust and innovation...broad collaboration is key to any automation framework's success, particularly in the cyber security arena.

How PWN Works

Leveraging various pre-built modules and the pwn prototyper, you can mix-and-match modules to test, record, replay, and rollout your own custom security automation packages known as, "drivers." Here are some example drivers distributed with PWN.

Installation

Tested on Linux, & OSX leveraging Ruby via RVM.

$ rvm use ruby-3.1.2@global
$ rvm gemset create pwn
$ rvm use ruby-3.1.2@pwn
$ rvm list gemsets
$ gem install --verbose pwn
$ pwn
pwn[v0.4.573]:001 >>> PWN.help

Installing the pwn Security Automation Framework

General Usage

General Usage Quick-Start

It's wise to update pwn often as numerous versions are released/week:

$ rvm list gemsets
$ rvm use ruby-3.1.2@pwn
$ gem uninstall --all --executables pwn
$ gem install --verbose pwn
$ pwn
pwn[v0.4.573]:001 >>> PWN.help

Call to Arms

If you're willing to provide access to commercial security tools (e.g. Rapid7's Nexpose, Tenable Nessus, QualysGuard, HP WebInspect, IBM Appscan, etc) please PM us as this will continue to promote PWNs interoperability w/ industry-recognized security tools moving forward. Additionally if you want to contribute to this framework's success, check out our How to Contribute.

Module Documentation

Additional documentation on using PWN can be found on RubyGems.org

I hope you enjoy PWN and remember...ensure you always have permission prior to carrying out any sort of hacktivities. Now - go pwn all the things!

Keep Us Caffeinated

If you've found this framework useful and you're interested in supporting as many new features as possible, we invite you to take a brief moment to keep us caffeinated:

Coffee

0x004D65726368

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