NetSPI integrated and advanced the Toolkit after the acquisition of Silent Break Security in late 2020. It features a re-designed web-based user experience and improved functionality that supports more collaborative and advanced red team operations.
FREMONT, CA: NetSPI, the leader in enterprise penetration testing and attack surface management, has relaunched Red Team Toolkit, an advanced suite of penetration testing and adversary simulation tools. NetSPI integrated and advanced the Toolkit after the acquisition of Silent Break Security in late 2020. It features a re-designed web-based user experience and improved functionality that supports more collaborative and advanced red team operations.
"We designed the all-new Red Team Toolkit Platform to better emulate sophisticated, real-world attackers after observing critical gaps left by other well-signatured tools on the market," stated Brady Bloxham, Chief Technology Officer at NetSPI. "We continue to use the platform on our own red team operations and are constantly updating it with the latest offensive techniques and defensive countermeasures. It is the most capable offensive toolkit available to red teams today."
Red Team Toolkit's tooling and features include:
• Slingshot: Slingshot is a Windows post-exploitation agent utilized by red teams to conduct advanced network cyber-operations. Designed with stealth in mind, it allows operators to accurately emulate sophisticated adversaries. It increases the efficiency and speed of advanced operations via malleable network profiles, direct syscall execution, blended HTML traffic, memory obfuscation, scripting automation interface, and more.
• Improved user experience: Its new web-based user interface was built with the operator experience and also productivity top of mind. It is a command and control (C2) server, offering a unified interface for all current and future tools.
"Our teams think like adversaries and perform red teaming for some of the most advanced organizations in the world," stated Aaron Shilts, President and CEO of NetSPI. "We take pride in building technology that changes how our clients think about their penetration testing programs and the industry as a whole - and we are thrilled to make it available to others with the reintroduction of Red Team Toolkit."