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SANS Slingshot C2 Matrix VM
Virtual Machine image to try some of the most popular command and control frameworks
The Slingshot CS Matrix Edition was made in collaboration with SANS, Ryan O'Grady, and Jorge Orchilles. The goal is to lower the learning curve of installing each C2 framework and getting you straight to testing which C2s work against your organization.
Slingshot C2 Matrix Edition is ideal for red team, blue team, and purple team functions. Slingshot C2 Matrix Edition brings the following C2s pre-installed: Covenant, Empire, Koadic, Metasploit, Merlin, Mythic, Posh, Shad0w, Silent Trinity, and Sliver
Slingshot - C2 Matrix Edition also includes a number of other tools that red teamers and penetration testers will find useful such as VECTR for tracking red and purple team exercises.

Getting Started

SANS Slingshot C2 Matrix Edition 2021.11 can be downloaded from here: https://www.sans.org/tools/slingshot/
Ensure you have VMware Workstation, Player, or Fusion so that it can be imported. Double clicking the .ova and clicking import should do the trick:
Import the OVA
The default network device is configured as NAT for your own safety and to start of with a basic lab.
Login with the user: slingshot and password: slingshot
Double click MATE Terminal to change your password with the passwd command:

FAQ

What is the username and password of Slingshot?
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Username: slingshot
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Password: slingshot
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Why is the image so big?
The various Command and Control frameworks bring a number of dependencies. As we wanted this to be a standalone image, we have pre-downloaded and installed them for you.
What is the SHA256 sum:
2020.4: e8f3aa841a5244c0419cab7006486be6bdd7c001282833e1fbd1e9698f80069e
2020.5: 9b01151590f85fe0a1aeeeefba7a83af817d16c9b9443a54409ea03c242f9b8d
2020.11: 6fdc0c064c97cb849a4312dc585e00a378ff190ed907d1c7de7ded59010567eb
2020.12: fe87c848769ab7c48ce3b65bd2a7a0083cf6f92581532d4bc173c218df93a7dd
2021.11: 16f5d121680e75eaccac04ed2bb3603ddcf788b24552c7b30210a93c0edd48e4
How do I set a static IP?
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edit /etc/netplan/01-netcfg.yaml
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vim /etc/netplan/01-netcfg.yaml
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Set the DHCP option from true to false
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add
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addresses: [x.x.x.x/24]
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save and exit
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sudo netplan apply
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