Faraday Manage is a backend tool that helps us administrate Faraday's configuration.
To use Faraday Manage, you can run it as follow:
$ faraday-manage COMMAND
If you run only
faraday-manage, it will list you all the available commands.
This command allows you to create Custom Fields from the terminal. For more information about Custom Fields, you can see their wiki page
It allows you to change your user's password
The name says it all! This is the way to create a new admin user through the command line.
This command allows the user to manually create a table on Faraday's database. It would come in handy if something in the initdb command fails for example.
This will print a PNG image with Faraday's internal working scheme.
It allows you to delete a Custom Field from terminal
This command displays the nginx config example to be added in nginx config
This command displays the roles permission in a JSON file
It will create an RSA key for integrations
Imports Faraday License.
Imports methodologies and tasks from a csv file
Imports vuln templates from a file
This command needs to be executed only at the moment of Faraday's installation. It will create the tables of the database, Faraday's user among other things.
If you try to execute this a second time it will indeed fail.
Warning: Please do not lose the random password that this command will print on the screen. It will be necessary to login into Faraday.
Lists available plugins.
Loads pre-loaded samples for config, attributes, searchfilters, pipelines and planner
Migrates database schema.
Show URLs in OpenApi format
Remove RSA key pair generated for an...
It allows you to manage settings inside faraday configuration
Show RSA key pair for an integration's
Prints a list of all the URLs available to communicate with our API Rest.
This command will open a PostgreSQL shell already configured with Faraday's user and configuration.
Generates vulnerabilities stats of the analytics and workspace view.
Download latest enrichment database