The name was picked to honor Michael Faraday, an English scientist whose main discoveries include electromagnetism induction, diamagnetism and electrolysis. Mainly his six principles of scientific discipline, acquired at a young age from Isaac Watts' "The Improvement of the mind":
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Faraday is a multiuser integrated penetration test and vulnerability management environment. It is to Penetration Testing what an IDE is to Development. The main purpose of Faraday is to re-use the available tools in the community to take advantage of them in a multiuser way.
Faraday supports over 70 tools. Full plugin list available here.
RedHat, CentOS, Fedora, Debian, Kali, OSx, Ubuntu.
Both depending on your needs. For more information you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
CPU: 2 Dualcore 2GHz Intel CPU
Disk: 40 GB
Memory: 4 GB RAM (8 GB RAM recommended)
Current tests include Debian, Ubuntu, Kali and OSx Maverick 10.9.2.
If instead of installing you want to take a quick look at Faraday you can also use Docker.
You will receive an email with a link to download everything regarding your license. If you haven’t received it or are having issues, please contact us at email@example.com
Yes, you can.
You will need to remove the package
python-faraday and then you need to install the pro/corp .deb with
apt install ./faraday-server_amd64.deb
The only intended purpose for the Faraday VM is as a commercial demo.
For production environments we recommend doing a fresh install in a Ubuntu Server, please do not use your provided Demo License VM.
If the use of a Virtualized environment is a must-have, then we recommend doing a proper install in a fresh Virtual Machine following the regular installation steps.
By running faraday-server --version or hovering your mouse over the Faraday logo at the top left of the Web UI. Latest version and information available in the Upgrading Faraday section.
To get the latest available version, please check the Customer Portal.
You can do this using our Web UI, read our documentation on manually adding vulnerabilities.
Just go to /home/faraday/.faraday/config/server.ini and inside the [faraday_server] section write:
Restart Faraday Server if you had it running. That's it!