GRR Rapid Response client v-220.127.116.11 & server v-0.3.0-5 released: remote live forensics for incident response.
Change v-18.104.22.168 :
– Remove the enroller server-side component. This is now handled by the worker. You may need to update any custom init scripts you’re using to launch this component.
– Bump client version to 22.214.171.124 and server to 0.3.0-5 to be in sync with the client version. (Note we skipped a couple of numbers here).
– Add artifact HTTP API
– Fix a bug with artifact users.* knowledgebase interpolation
– Improvements to windows signing script
– Remove unused Worker.task_limit config option
– Change Worker.queue_shards default to 5
GRR consists of an agent (client) that can be deployed to a target system, and server infrastructure that can manage and talk to the agent.
+ Cross-platform support for Linux, Mac OS X and Windows clients.
+ Live remote memory analysis using open source memory drivers for Linux, Mac OS X and Windows, and the Rekall memory analysis framework.
+ Powerful search and download capabilities for files and the Windows registry.
+ Secure communication infrastructure designed for Internet deployment.
+ Client automatic update support.
+ Detailed monitoring of client CPU, memory, IO usage and self-imposed limits.
+ Fully fledged response capabilities handling most incident response and forensics tasks.
+ OS-level and raw file system access, using the SleuthKit (TSK).
+ Enterprise hunting (searching across a fleet of machines) support.
+ Fully scalable back-end to handle very large deployments.
+ Automated scheduling for recurring tasks.
+ Fast and simple collection of hundreds of digital forensic artifacts.
+ Asynchronous design allows future task scheduling for clients, designed to work with a large fleet of laptops.
+ Ajax Web UI.
+ Fully scriptable IPython console access.
+ Basic system timelining features.
+ Basic reporting infrastructure.
– A linux box. At the moment the full install is thoroughly tested end to end on Ubuntu Server 12.04, 12.10, 13.10, 14.04 64 bit. It probably works on other things fine, but that is what is tested on.
– Recommend > 1GB Ram and a modern CPU if you want to run everything on one box (note that free Amazon EC2 instances don’t have enough RAM).
– Some clients to talk to the server. OSX, Windows and Linux agents are supported.
Making it Go:
Download the installation script e.g. using wget:
Run the installation script:
Note that the installation script requires bash to run and does not work with plain sh.
Run through all the prompts you get given. By default it asks you before every command it runs. Hitting A (Always) for an answer will run through the whole script. If it encounters an error it should tell you where it failed.
Download and install all the dependencies via apt-get
Install prebuilt dependencies that require customization or fixes due to versions or patches required (pytsk, m2crypto, django)
Download the latest deb for your distribution and install it :
– Run grr_config_updater initialize to ask you some questions then generate the keys, users, binaries, drivers and config for your install
– Once this completes successfully you should have a working server with an admin interface on port 8000. And you should also have grr_console in your path to interact via console.
– The pre-packaged clients should be visible under Manage Binaries → executables → Windows → installers. Download the client you need.
– Run the client on the target machine as administrator.
– For Windows you will see a 32 and 64 bit installer. Run the installer as admin (it should load the UAC prompt if you are not admin). It should run silently and install the client to c:\windows\system32\grr\%version%\. It will also install a Windows Service, start it, and configure the registry keys to make it talk to the URL/server you specified during repack of the clients on the server.
For OSX you will see a pkg file, install the pkg. It will add something to launchd to automatically run it and start it.
For Linux you will see a deb file, install it. For testing purposes you can run the client on the same machine as the server if you like.
Follow the same instructions as above, but add the –test flag to force the script to pull the testing release instead.
bash install_script_ubuntu.sh –test
Dependencies : https://744592537a0751a28dba27df4a20131058ff8e4d.googledrive.com/host/0B1wsLqFoT7i2N3hveC1lSEpHUnM/Current/Dependencies/
Docs : https://744592537a0751a28dba27df4a20131058ff8e4d.googledrive.com/host/0B1wsLqFoT7i2N3hveC1lSEpHUnM/Docs/
Download Client :
Linux : https://744592537a0751a28dba27df4a20131058ff8e4d.googledrive.com/host/0B1wsLqFoT7i2N3hveC1lSEpHUnM/Current/Client/126.96.36.199/Linux-prebuilds/
Windows : https://744592537a0751a28dba27df4a20131058ff8e4d.googledrive.com/host/0B1wsLqFoT7i2N3hveC1lSEpHUnM/Current/Client/188.8.131.52/Windows/
OSX Prebuild : https://744592537a0751a28dba27df4a20131058ff8e4d.googledrive.com/host/0B1wsLqFoT7i2N3hveC1lSEpHUnM/Current/Client/184.108.40.206/OSX-prebuilds/
Server : https://744592537a0751a28dba27df4a20131058ff8e4d.googledrive.com/host/0B1wsLqFoT7i2N3hveC1lSEpHUnM/Current/Server/
Source : https://github.com/google