Regimented Potential Incident Examination Report

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Description

The Regimented Potential Incident Examination Report (RPIER or RAPIER) is script based incident response tool released under the GPL by Intel. It is a modular framework.

RAPIER is a windows NT based information gathering framework. It was designed to streamline the acquisition of information off of systems in a large scale enterprise network. It was designed with a pretty simple to use GUI so that end-users could be walked through execution of the tool on a system.

Contact: rapier.securitytool@gmail.com

Features

  • Modular Design - all information acquired is through individual modules
  • Fully configurable GUI
  • SHA1 verification checksums
  • Auto-update functionality
  • Results can be auto-zipped
  • Auto-uploaded to central repository
  • Email Notification when results are received
  • 2 Default Scan Modes – Fast/Slow
  • Separated output for faster analysis
  • Pre/Post run changes report
  • Configuration File approach
  • Process priority throttling

Information Acquired through RAPIER

  • complete list of running processes
  • locations of those processes on disk
  • ports those processes are using
  • Checksums for all running processes
  • Dump memory for all running processes
  • All DLLS currently loaded and their checksum
  • Capture last Modify/Access/Create times for designated areas
  • All files that are currently open
  • Net (start/share/user/file/session)
  • Output from nbtstat and netstat
  • Document all open shares/exports on system
  • Capture current routing tables
  • List of all network connections
  • Layer3 traffic samples
  • capture logged in users
  • System Startup Commands
  • MAC address
  • List of installed services
  • Local account and policy information
  • Current patches installed on system
  • Current AV versions
  • Files with alternate data streams
  • Discover files marked as hidden
  • List of all installed software on system (known to registry)
  • Capture system logs
  • Capture of AV logs
  • Copies of application caches (temporary internet files) – IE, FF, Opera
  • Export entire registry
  • Search/retrieve files based on search criteria.



See Also

List of Script Based Incident Response Tools

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