SCYTHE version 3.0 is coming soon! Take a look at the new demo by Adam Mashinchi covering things like the virtual file system and importing third party modules.
See how easy it is to install.
Once installed, the below video walks you through the basic setup one should go through on the first run of SCYTHE. It covers logging in for the first time, creating users, roles, and modifying settings. It also has a sneak peek of version 3.0 new features such as the virtual file system on the SCYTHE server and the ability to add custom modules.
SCYTHE brings a number of built in threats or adversary emulation plans. However, as threats evolve, so should your testing. Watch how easy it is to import and export threats into SCYTHE. We have released a community threats Github page for the sharing of adversary emulation plans that can be easily exported and imported into SCYTHE. We encourage you to contribute to our community threats and use what has been shared: github.com/scythe-io/community-threats
SCYTHE provides an advanced attack emulation platform for the enterprise and cybersecurity consulting market. The SCYTHE platform enables Red, Blue, and Purple teams to build and emulate real-world adversarial campaigns in a matter of minutes. Customers are in turn enabled to validate the risk posture and exposure of their business and employees and the performance of enterprise security teams and existing security solutions. Based in Arlington, VA, the company is privately held and is funded by Gula Tech Adventures, Paladin Capital, Evolution Equity, and private industry investors. For more information email email@example.com, visit https://scythe.io, or follow on Twitter @scythe_io.