Threagile | Agile Threat Modeling Toolkit

Threagile (see https://threagile.io for more details) is an open-source toolkit for agile threat modeling:

It allows to model an architecture with its assets in an agile fashion as a YAML file directly inside the IDE. Upon execution of the Threagile toolkit all standard risk rules (as well as individual custom rules if present) are checked against the architecture model.

Execution via Docker Container

The easiest way to execute Threagile on the commandline is via its Docker container:

docker run --rm -it threagile/threagile


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Threagile - Agile Threat Modeling


Documentation: https://threagile.io
Docker Images: https://hub.docker.com/r/threagile
Sourcecode: https://github.com/threagile
License: Open-Source (MIT License)    

Usage: threagile [options]


Options:

  -background string
        background pdf file (default "background.pdf")
  -create-editing-support
        just create some editing support stuff in the output directory
  -create-example-model
        just create an example model named threagile-example-model.yaml in the output directory
  -create-stub-model
           just create a minimal stub model named threagile-stub-model.yaml in the output directory
  -custom-risk-rules-plugins string
        comma-separated list of plugins (.so shared object) file names with custom risk rules to load
  -diagram-dpi int
        DPI used to render: maximum is 240 (default 120)
  -execute-model-macro string
        Execute model macro (by ID)
  -generate-data-asset-diagram
        generate data asset diagram (default true)
  -generate-data-flow-diagram
        generate data-flow diagram (default true)
  -generate-report-pdf
        generate report pdf, including diagrams (default true)
  -generate-risks-excel
        generate risks excel (default true)
  -generate-risks-json
        generate risks json (default true)
  -generate-stats-json
        generate stats json (default true)
  -genera   te-tags-excel
        generate tags excel (default true)
  -generate-technical-assets-json
        generate technical assets json (default true)
  -ignore-orphaned-risk-tracking
        ignore orphaned risk tracking (just log them) not matching a concrete risk
  -list-model-macros
        print model macros
  -list-risk-rules
        print risk rules
  -list-types
        print type information (enum values to be used in models)
  -model string
        input model yaml file (default "threagile.yaml")
  -output string
        output directory (default ".")
  -print-3rd-party-licenses
        print 3rd-party license information
  -print-license
        print license information
  -raa-plugin string
        RAA calculation plugin (.so shared object) file name (default "raa.so")
  -server int
        sta   rt a server (instead of commandline execution) on the given port
  -skip-risk-rules string
        comma-separated list of risk rules (by their ID) to skip
  -verbose
        verbose output
  -version
        print version


Examples:

If you want to create an example model (via docker) as a starting point to learn about Threagile just run: 
 docker run --rm -it -v "$(pwd)":/app/work threagile/threagile -create-example-model -output /app/work

If you want to create a minimal stub model (via docker) as a starting point for your own model just run: 
 docker run --rm -it -v "$(pwd)":/app/work threagile/threagile -create-stub-model -output /app/work

If you want to execute Threagile on a model yaml file (via docker): 
 docker run --rm -it -v "$(pwd)":/app/work threagile/threagile -verbose -model /app/work/threagile.yaml -output /app/work

If you want to run Threagile as a server (REST API) on some port (here    8080): 
 docker run --rm -it --shm-size=256m -p 8080:8080 --name threagile-server --mount 'type=volume,src=threagile-storage,dst=/data,readonly=false' threagile/threagile -server 8080

If you want to find out about the different enum values usable in the model yaml file: 
 docker run --rm -it threagile/threagile -list-types

If you want to use some nice editing help (syntax validation, autocompletion, and live templates) in your favourite IDE: 
 docker run --rm -it -v "$(pwd)":/app/work threagile/threagile -create-editing-support -output /app/work

If you want to list all available model macros (which are macros capable of reading a model yaml file, asking you questions in a wizard-style and then update the model yaml file accordingly): 
 docker run --rm -it threagile/threagile -list-model-macros

If you want to execute a certain model macro on the model yaml file (here the macro add-build-pipeline): 
 docker run --rm -it -v "$(pw   d)":/app/work threagile/threagile -model /app/work/threagile.yaml -output /app/work -execute-model-macro add-build-pipeline

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