Misterchef is a graphical vulnerability exploitation and validation tool that helps you break down your penetration testing workflow by creating tasty recipes.
It is the ideal tool for getting started in the world of offensive cybersecurity. Visual, intuitive, customizable and with a lot of delicious ingredients! So yummy!
Table of contents
- Honorary mention
- Download and install
- Getting started
MisterChef was created by the author under the academic validation of the University of Vigo in the form of a Final Degree Project.
The use of the application may be a criminal act, depending on the regulations of each country.
The author of this document is not responsible in case criminal charges are brought against any individual or corporation using the tool against the stipulated laws, as well as for damages caused by a misuse of the tool. It is the responsibility of the end user to obey all applicable laws.
It is recommended that use be limited to controlled environments and/or penetration testing with prior approval.
Download and install
Download and install Misterchef Framework quickly with the steps described here.
Click the button below to download the Misterchef binary.
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Misterchef binary requires no installation or dependencies.
Go 1.16+ is required
Install the application using go get:
go install github.com/cosasdepuma/misterchef@latest
It is possible to compile and run Misterchef in a container using docker:
# Download the container from Docker Hub docker pull cosasdepuma/misterchef # Run the container docker run --name misterchef -d -p 7767:7767 cosasdepuma/misterchef
Alternatively, you can pull up the Misterchef service, as well as its documentation, using docker-compose:
cd misterchef/ docker-compose up
If you are a
paranoid sybarite, you can download and install the program yourself from the source code.
Download or clone the repository using git:
git clone https://github.com/cosasdepuma/Misterchef
Compile the code:
cd misterchef/ # Manually npm --prefix frontend install npm --prefix frontend run compile cd backend/ export GOOS=linux # windows, darwin... export GOARCH=amd64 # 386, arm, arm64... go build -a -ldflags="-s -w -extldflags \"-static\"" -o ../dist/misterchef main.go cd .. upx -9 --ultra-brute dist/misterchef # optional # Automatically make clean make # Using Docker docker build -t cosasdepuma:misterchef .
Run the application by double clicking or using the console:
It is possible to modify the address and the number of threads per request using environment variables:
export MC_ADDR=0.0.0.0:7767 # Address export MC_THREADS=200 # Threads
Once the application is started, access the displayed web address. By default, it is http://127.0.0.1:7767/.
If everything works correctly, the following interface will be shown:
You can find recipes with examples of functionality in the cookbook folder.