If you haven't deployed the Monkey Island yet, please refer to our setup documentation.
After deploying the Monkey Island in your environment, navigate to
On your first login, you'll be asked to create a username and password for the Monkey Island server.
To get the Infection Monkey running as fast as possible, click Run Monkey. Optionally, you can configure the Infection Monkey before you continue by clicking on Configuration (see how to configure the Infection Monkey.
To run the Infection Monkey, select one of the following options:
- Click Run on C&C Server to run the Infection Monkey on the Monkey Island server. This simulates an attacker trying to propagate through your local network from the Monkey Island machine.
- Click Run on machine of your choice to download and execute the Infection Monkey on a machine of your choice. Then follow the instructions and run the generated command on the machine you selected. This simulates an attacker who has breached one of your servers. The Infection Monkey will map all accessible machines and their open services, attempting to steal credentials and use exploits to propagate.
Running the Monkey in an AWS Cloud environment
If you're running the Infection Monkey in an AWS cloud environment, check out Usage -> Integrations for information about how it integrates with AWS.
Next, click Infection Map to see the Infection Monkey in action.
At first, the infection map will look like this:
Within a few minutes, the Infection Monkey should be able to find and attack accessible machines.
As the simulation continues, Infection Monkey will fill in the map with data on accessible and "hacked" machines. Once all the Infection Monkeys have finished propagating, click Reports to see the reports. See Infection Monkey Reports for more information.
Congratulations, you finished your first successful execution of the Infection Monkey 🎉 ! To thoroughly test your network, you can run the Infection Monkey from different starting locations and use different configurations.
Updated 3 months ago