Manowar, it stores info about your servers and analyzes it for you if you ask it to.
Manowar is a tool designed to help people profile and analyze their server fleets for for various things. With is companion tool, audittools it can check environments for a series of common vulnerabilities that one might wish to check against.
The goal is to build and centrally store a commonlly formatted set of data for each server in your environment that you can use to analyze and answer questions quickly about your environment with.
Installation is unfortunately manual at the moment. There are some pidgin examples
of how to install in the
travis/ directory. In the future, ports to replace
EdgeCast specific deployment code should be added.
Bandit is utilized in travis for automatic code scanning. Generally, if your python code doesn't pass a bandit check it won't be accepted in. Additionally, shellcheck is utilized for bash code, same rules apply.
Please refer to the
contributing.md file for information about how to get involved. We welcome issues, questions, and pull requests. Pull Requests are welcome.
Chris Halbersma : firstname.lastname@example.org
install.md file for instruction on how to get the project running. The apis will by default start on localhost
on ports 5000 and 5001.
Code is made available under a BSD-2-Clause license (see