Bulwark – An Organizational Asset And Vulnerability Management Tool, With Jira Integration, Designed For Generating Application Security Reports

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An organizational asset and vulnerability management tool, with Jira integration, designed for generating application security reports.

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Jira Integration

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Note

Please keep in mind, this project is in early development.

Launch with Docker

  1. Install Docker
  2. Create a .env file and supply the following properties:
MYSQL_DATABASE="bulwark"
MYSQL_PASSWORD="bulwark"
MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD="bulwark"
MYSQL_USER="root"
MYSQL_DB_CHECK="mysql"
DB_PASSWORD="bulwark"
DB_URL="172.16.16.3"
DB_ROOT="root"
DB_USERNAME="bulwark"
DB_PORT=3306
DB_NAME="bulwark"
DB_TYPE="mysql"
NODE_ENV="production"
DEV_URL="http://localhost:4200"
PROD_URL="http://localhost:5000"
JWT_KEY="changeme"
JWT_REFRESH_KEY="changeme"
CRYPTO_SECRET="changeme"
CRYPTO_SALT="changeme"

Build and start Bulwark containers:

docker-compose up -d

Start/Stop Bulwark containers:

docker-compose start
docker-compose stop

Remove Bulwark containers:

docker-compose down

Bulwark will be available at localhost:5000

Local Installation

$ git clone (url)
$ cd bulwark
$ npm install

Run in development mode:

$ npm run start:dev

Run in production mode:

$ npm start

Environment variables

Create a .env file on the root directory. This will be parsed with dotenv by the application.

DB_PASSWORD

DB_PASSWORD="somePassword"

Set this variable to database password

DB_USERNAME

DB_USERNAME="foobar"

Set this variable to database user name

DB_URL

DB_URL=something-foo-bar.dbnet

Set this variable to database URL

DB_PORT

DB_PORT=3306

Set this variable to database port

DB_NAME

DB_NAME="foobar"

Set this variable to database connection name

DB_TYPE

DB_TYPE="mysql"

The application was developed using a MySQL database. See the typeorm documentation for more database options.

NODE_ENV

NODE_ENV=production

Set this variable to determine node environment

DEV_URL="http://localhost:4200"

Only update if a different port is required

PROD_URL="http://localhost:5000"

Only update if a different port is required

JWT_KEY

JWT_KEY="changeMe"

Set this variable to the JWT secret

JWT_REFRESH_KEY

JWT_REFRESH_KEY="changeMe"

Set this variable to the refresh JWT secret

CRYPTO_SECRET

CRYPTO_SECRET="randomValue"

Set this variable to the Scrypt password.

CRYPTO_SALT

CRYPTO_SECRET="randomValue"

Set this variable to the Scrypt salt.

Empty .env file template

DB_PASSWORD=""
DB_URL=""
DB_USERNAME=""
DB_PORT=3306
DB_NAME=""
DB_TYPE=""
NODE_ENV=""
DEV_URL="http://localhost:4200"
PROD_URL="http://localhost:5000"
JWT_KEY=""
JWT_REFRESH_KEY=""
CRYPTO_SECRET=""
CRYPTO_SALT=""

Create Initial Database Migration

  1. Create the initial database migration
$ npm run migration:init
  1. Run the initial database migration
$ npm run migration:run

Default credentials

A user account is created on initial startup with the following credentials:

Upon first login, update the default user password under the profile section.

Built With

  • Typeorm – The ORM used
  • Angular – The Angular Framework
  • Express – A minimal and flexible Node.js web application framework

Team

The Softrams Bulwark core development team are:

  • Alejandro Saenz aka Whamo12
  • Bill Jones aka skewled
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