The aws security tools is a github repository by Toni de la Fuente
Defensive: Hardening, Security Assessment and Inventory
|Multi-Cloud Security auditing tool for AWS Google Cloud and Azure environments (python)
|CIS benchmarks and additional checks for security best practices in AWS (bash and python components)
|AWS security scanning checks (NodeJS)
|helps you analyze your AWS environments (Python)
|helps you find over-privileged IAM users and roles by comparing CloudTrail logs with current IAM policies (Python)
|AWS Security Benchmarks
|scripts and templates guidance related to the AWS CIS Foundation framework (Python)
|AWS Public IPs
|Fetch all public IP addresses tied to your AWS account. Works with IPv4/IPv6 Classic/VPC networking and across all AWS services (Ruby)
|Advanced and Automated AWS IAM Evaluation (Python)
|Make a inventory of all your resources across regions (Python)
|Counts number of resources in categories across regions
|Ice provides insights from a usage and cost perspective with high detail dashboards.
|SkyArk provides advanced discovery and security assessment for the most privileged entities in the tested AWS.
|Trailblazer AWS determine what AWS API calls are logged by CloudTrail and what they are logged as. You can also use TrailBlazer as an attack simulation framework.
|Security auditing tool based on several security frameworks (it does some AWS checks)
|Scans your AWS cloud resources and generates reports
|Platform for continuous compliance monitoring compliance reporting and security automation for the cloud
|Integrates tools like Scout2 and Prowler among others
|A small lambda script that will disable access keys older than a given amount of days
|AWS Inventory and Compliance Framework
|Scans your AWS cloud resources and generates reports and includes security best practices.
|Terraform AWS Secure Baseline
|Terraform module to set up your AWS account with the secure
|Cartography is a Python tool that consolidates infrastructure assets and the relationships between them in an intuitive graph view powered by a Neo4j database.
|A command-line tool to get valuable information out of AWS CloudTrail
|An AWS Lambda auditing tool designed to create asset visibility and provide actionable results.
|Cloud Environment Inspector analyze and manage cloud cost usage security and governance in one place.
|AWS perimeter monitoring. Periodically scan internet facing AWS resources to detect misconfigured services
|IAM Least Privilege Policy Generator auditor and analysis database
|AWS Auditing & Hardening Tool
|Python script for AWS resources inventory
|A graph-based tool for visualizing effective access and resource relationships in AWS environments
|DevSecOps command line asset inventory tool
|Enhanced AWS SSM Session manager CLI client
|Detecting Credential Compromise
|Detecting of your compromised credential in AWS
|AWS Security Toolbox (Docker Image) for Security Assessments
|Github action for linting AWS IAM policy documents for correctness and possible security issues
|A tool to visualize aws security groups.
|Least privilege AWS IAM using Terraform
|AWS IAM Security Assessment tool that identifies violations of least privilege and generates a risk-prioritized HTML report.
|A simple library to generate IAM policy statements with no need to remember all the actions APIs
|SkyWrapper helps to discover suspicious creation forms and uses of temporary tokens in AWS
|Multi-threaded AWS inventory collection tool
|A CLI tool for building simple to complex IAM policies
|AWS Identity and Access Management Visualizer and Anomaly Finder
|IAM policy statement generator with fluent interface – Available for Node.js, Python, .Net and Java
|AWS resource policy security checkup tool that identifies public, external account access, intra-org account access, and private resources.
|S3 Exif Cleaner
|Remove EXIF data from all objects in an S3 bucket
|Use SQL to instantly query your cloud services (AWS, Azure, GCP and more). Open source CLI. No DB required. (SQL)
|AWS Attack Library
|AWS penetration testing toolkit
|A simple file-based scanner to look for potential AWS access and secret keys in files
|A collection of AWS penetration testing junk
|A tool for identifying misconfigured CloudFront domains
|Route53/CloudFront Vulnerability Assessment Utility
|Tools for fingerprinting and exploiting Amazon cloud infrastructures
|Audit git repos for secrets
|Searches through git repositories for high entropy strings and secrets digging deep into commit history
|“Tool to search secrets in various filetypes like keys (e.g. AWS Access Key Azure Share Key or SSH keys) or passwords.”
|Proof of Concept Zappa Based AWS Persistence and Attack Platform
|A tool for cleaning up your cloud accounts by nuking (deleting) all resources within it
|MozDef – The Mozilla Defense Platform
|The Mozilla Defense Platform (MozDef) seeks to automate the security incident handling process and facilitate the real-time activities of incident handlers.
|A bridge between SQLMap and AWS Lambda which lets you use SQLMap to natively test AWS Lambda functions for SQL Injection vulnerabilities.
|Cloud version of the Shadow Copy attack against domain controllers running in AWS using only the EC2:CreateSnapshot permission
|Enumerate the permissions associated with AWS credential set
|A post-exploitation framework that allows you to easily perform attacks on a running AWS infrastructure
|Cloud Container Attack Tool (CCAT) is a tool for testing security of container environments
|Search exposed EBS volumes for secrets
|A tool that allows you to create vulnerable instrumented local or cloud environments to simulate attacks against and collect the data into Splunk
|Identify hardcoded secrets and dangerous behaviours
|Red Team AWS Scripts
|A tool to find a company (target) infrastructure, files, and apps on the top cloud providers
Purple Teaming & Adversary Emulation
|Stratus Red Team
|Granular, Actionable Adversary Emulation for the Cloud
|Automated Attack Simulation in the Cloud complete with detection use cases.
|Amazon Guardduty Tester
|This script is used to generate some basic detections of the GuardDuty service
Continuous Security Auditing
|Rules engine for cloud security, cost optimization, and governance, DSL in yaml for policies to query, filter, and take actions on resources
|Disable keys after X days
|Repokid Least Privilege
|Wazuh CloudTrail module
|Billing Alerts CFN templates
|AWS account compliance using centrally managed Config Rules
|Continuously monitor your AWS services for configurations that can lead to degradation of confidentiality, integrity or availability
|a defense-in-depth security automation and monitoring framework which utilizes threat intelligence, machine learning, managed AWS security services and, serverless technologies to continuously prevent, detect and respond to threats
|cloudquery exposes your cloud configuration and metadata as sql tables, providing powerful analysis and monitoring for compliance and security
|Cloud Security Dashboard for AWS – based on ScoutSuite
Digital Forensics and Incident Response
|AWS specific Incident Response and Forensics Tool
|Linux memory remote acquisition tool
|Triage tool used during cloud-centric security incidents
|AWS Security Automation
|AWS scripts and resources for DevSecOps and automated incident response
|Automated Incident Response based off AWS GuardDuty findings
|Show the history and changes between configuration versions of AWS resources using AWS Config
|AWS Digital Forensic and Incident Response (DFIR) Response Python Scripts
|A python module for orchestrating content acquisitions and analysis via Amazon SSM
|This project sets up partitioned Athena tables for your CloudTrail logs and updates the partitions nightly. Makes CloudTrail logs queries easier.
|Proof of concept incident response demo using SSM and AWS Fargate.
|Search AWS CloudWatch logs all at once on the command line.
|Quick & Cheap AWS CloudTrail Monitoring with Event Query Language (EQL)
|Open source application to instantly remediate common security issues through the use of AWS Config
|Detect threats with log data and improve cloud security posture
|This page is a collection of useful things to look for in CloudTrail using Athena for AWS incident response
|Python library to carry out DFIR analysis on the Cloud
|Scripts to quickly fix security and compliance issues
|CloudFormation security test (Ruby)
|Repository of sample Custom Rules for AWS Config
|“Lambda function to “”rip apart”” a CloudFormation template and check it for security compliance.”
|A simple CLI utility that makes it easier to switch between different AWS roles
|A collection of security and best practice tests for static code analysis of terraform templates using terraform_validate
|Provides static analysis of your terraform templates to spot potential security issues
|Terraform, Cloudformation and Kubernetes static analysis written in python
|Automatically tag and trace infrastructure as code frameworks (Terraform, Cloudformation and Serverless)
|Unit testing framework for test driven security of AWS configurations and more
|IAM Least-Privileged Role Generator
|A Serverless framework plugin that statically analyzes AWS Lambda function code and automagically generates least-privileged IAM roles.
|A vault for securely storing and accessing AWS credentials in development environments
|AWS Service Control Policies
|Collection of semi-useful Service Control Policies and scripts to manage them
|AWS Lambda auditing tool that provides a meaningful overview in terms of statistical analysis AWS service dependencies and configuration checks from the security perspective
|A lightweight security focused BDD test framework against terraform (with helpful code for AWS)
|Get a List of AWS Managed Policies
|a way to get a list of all AWS managed policies
|AWS IAM linting library
|Proof of Value Terraform Scripts to utilize Amazon Web Services (AWS) Security Identity & Compliance Services to Support your AWS Account Security Posture
|An enterprise friendly way of detecting and preventing secrets in code.
|Run Parliament AWS IAM Checker on Terraform Files
|Better AWS SSM Session manager CLI client
|Github action for linting AWS IAM policy documents for correctness and possible security issues
|Regula checks Terraform for AWS security and compliance using Open Policy Agent/Rego
|Identify hardcoded secrets and dangerous behaviours
|A set of tools to check AWS CloudFormation templates for policy compliance using a simple, policy-as-code, declarative syntax.
|Enumerates and finds users and IAM roles in a target AWS account
|Generate a basic IAM policy from AWS client-side monitoring (CSM)
|Automatically compile an AWS Service Control Policy that ONLY allows AWS services that are compliant with your preferred compliance frameworks.
|Cross-platform app for managing AWS credentials programmatically, based on Electron
|Find security vulnerabilities, compliance issues, and infrastructure misconfigurations early in the development cycle of your infrastructure-as-code
|SecurityHub CIS Compliance Automator
|Automatically configure your AWS Account to meet 95% of the 200+ controls for CIS Compliance, PCI DSS Compliance and AWS Security Best Practice
S3 Buckets Auditing
|S3 bucket enumeration
|enumerate through a pre-compiled list of AWS S3 buckets using DNS instead of HTTP with a list of DNS resolvers and multi-threading
|Find interesting Amazon S3 Buckets by watching certificate transparency logs
|brute force Amazon S3 bucket
|find S3 public buckets
|Enumerate S3 buckets via certstream, domain, or keywords
|check AWS S3 bucket permissions
|Look For Interesting Files in S3 Buckets
|scan s3 buckets for security issues
|Scan for open AWS S3 buckets and dump the contents
|open S3 bucket finder
|spider a website and find publicly open S3 buckets
|Gather metadata about your S3 buckets
|Utilities and tools based around Amazon S3 to provide convenience APIs in a CLI
|A lambda function that checks your account for Public buckets and emails you whenever a new public s3 bucket is created
|Amazon bucket brute force tool
|AWS S3 Bucket/Object Finder
|Brute-forces objects within a given bucket using Hashcat mask-like syntax
|AWS S3 Sensitive Data Search
|bruteforce AWS s3 buckets using different permutations
|Test objects’ permissions in AWS buckets
|Test S3 buckets as well as Google Storage buckets and Azure Storage containers to find interesting files
|S3 bucket weakness discovery
|a platform for efficiently deriving security insights about S3 data through metadata analysis
|Whitebox evaluation of effective S3 object permissions, to identify publicly accessible files.
|flAWS challenge to learn through a series of levels about common mistakes and gotchas when using AWS
|flAWS 2 has two paths this time Attacker and Defender! In the Attacker path you’ll exploit your way through misconfigurations in serverless (Lambda) and containers (ECS Fargate). In the Defender path that target is now viewed as the victim and you’ll work as an incident responder for that same app understanding how an attack happened
|Vulnerable by Design AWS infrastructure setup tool
|Damn Vulnerable Cloud Application more info
|Scripts and templates to generate some basic detections of the AWS security services
|OWASP ServerlessGoat is a deliberately insecure realistic AWS Lambda serverless application maintained by OWASP for educational purposes. Single click installation through the AWS Serverless Application Repository.
|A tool for spinning up insecure AWS infrastructure with Terraform. It supports approx. 84 misconfigurations across 22 AWS Services.
|Paste your IAM Policy and get a list of Actions it can effectively perform
|Incident response generator for training classes
|Breaking and Pwning Apps and Servers on AWS and Azure
|Course content, lab setup instructions and documentation of our very popular Breaking and Pwning Apps and Servers on AWS and Azure hands on training!
|“Vulnerable by Design” Terraform repository. TerraGoat is a learning and training project that demonstrates how common configuration errors can find their way into production cloud environments.
|“Vulnerable by Design” cloudformation repository. CfnGoat is a learning and training project that demonstrates how common configuration errors can find their way into production cloud environments.
|“Vulnerable by Design” AWS CDK repository. CDKGoat is a learning and training project that demonstrates how common configuration errors can find their way into impartive IAC such as AWS CDK.
|Resource types that can be publicly exposed on AWS
Other interesting tools/code
- asecure.cloud https://github.com/asecure.cloud A repository of cutomizable AWS security configurations (Cloudformation and CLI templates)
- s3-leaks https://github.com/nagwww/s3-leaks – a list of some biggest leaks recorded
- Model Risk AWS https://magoo.github.io/model-risk-aws/ – POC about probabilistic risk model for AWS
- asecure.cloud https://asecure.cloud/ – a great place for security resources regarding AWS Security.
- hoenybuckets https://github.com/honey-buckets/
- thebuckhacker https://github.com/thebuckhacker
- buckets.grayhatwarfare https://github.com/buckets.grayhatwarfare
- Cloud Security Newsletter by Marco Lancini https://cloudseclist.com/
- Cloud Security Podcast by Ashish Rajan https://www.cloudsecuritypodcast.tv
- **AWS Security Primer By Michael Wittig ** https://cloudonaut.io/aws-security-primer/
- **Hacking The Cloud ** https://hackingthe.cloud/