Starkiller is a Frontend for PowerShell Empire.

March 24, 2020

Starkiller is a Frontend for Powershell Empire. It is an Electron application written in VueJS. If you'd like to contribute please follow the Contribution guide. If you'd like to request a feature or report a bug, please follow the Issue template. Starkiller represents a huge step forward for red teams trying to operate together on engagements. It comes with a lot of functionality that we will get into shortly, first let’s give a shout out to Vinnybod. He has been a core member of the BC-Security team and leads the development of Starkiller from behind the scenes. Now let’s get into all the features that are packed into our new application.

Setting Up Empire

In order to utilize Starkiller with Empire, you have to start the server slightly different than usual. The standard way to start Empire is to simply run ./empire from the Empire folder. To setup the RESTful API with Empire, you will run ./empire --rest. This will start a command line instance of Empire on the C2 server as well as the RESTful API.

The default port that the API starts on is 1337 with the default username: empireadmin and password: password123. The username and password can be changed using --username <username>....

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