Where to get it? https://github.com/SecuraBV/RedWizard
This is part of a blog series about Red Wizard. The first part will focus on the background of the tool. Future instances will focus on the technical implementation and the extensibility of the tool.
What is Red Wizard?
Red Wizard is an open-source tool designed to provide repeatable, OPSEC-safe infrastructure for Red Teaming operations. Red Wizard was created to address the challenge faced by many serious Red Teams, where publicly available deployments are either limited or not user-friendly, requiring additional time and work from infrastructure maintainers and operators.
This tool automates the deployment of a comprehensive infrastructure with redirectors, backend systems, phishing relays, OSINT machines, and more. It is designed to be user-friendly, providing wizards to walk administrators and Red Team operators through the deployment process. The infrastructure is also self-documenting, making the sharing of all relevant details to the team of operators an effortless task.
Below you find an example of a moderately complex Red Teaming infrastructure that takes approximately 10 minutes to configure, and 30 minutes to deploy. It includes OSINT machines, 2 phishing servers, a CobaltStrike instance, a generic callback catcher and a backend for hardware implants: