Glue is a swiss army knife of security analysis tools.

Glue is a swiss army knife of security analysis tools.

Glue is a framework for running a series of tools. Generally, it is intended as a backbone for automating a security analysis pipeline of tools.

There are several ways to control which tools you want to run when one invokes Glue. The first is “Stages”. Stages in glue just group certain tasks that are related. They are:
+ File – File system (av, fim)
+ Code – Source code (brakeman)
+ Live – To run against a live system (ZAP)
When invoking glue, we can control what runs by specifying stages (labels) or by specifying specific tasks.

glue v0.9.3 – Application Security Automation.

Dependencies:
* clamav
* hashdeep
* rm (*nix)
* git
* mount (*nix)
* docker

Latest Changelog v0.9.3 15/1/2017:
* Add error handling. Testing docker image.
v0.9.2
* Add Bandit
v0.9.1
* Clean up directories for java tooling.
Usage and install:

Source: https://github.com/owasp