Splunk Attack Range


Purpose 🛡 The Attack Range is a detection development platform, which solves three main challenges in detection engineering: The user is able to quickly build a small lab infrastructure as close as possible to a production environment. The Attack Range performs attack simulation using different engines such as Atomic Red Team or Prelude Operator in order to generate real attack data. It integrates seamlessly into any Continuous Integration / Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) pipeline to automate the detection rule testing process. Demo A demo (~12 min) that shows the basic functions of the attack range. It builds a testing environment using terraform, walks through the data collected by Splunk. Then attacks it using Atomic Red Team with MITRE ATT&CK Technique T1003.002, and Threat Actor simulation playbook using PurpleSharp. Finally showcases how Splunk Security Content searches are used to detect the attack. Installation 🏗 Using Docker docker pull splunk/attack_range docker run -it....

July 15, 2022


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