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A Debian base with IVRE installed (used by ivre/client and ivre/web).
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What is it?

<img align="right" src="web/static/logo.png" alt="Logo"/> IVRE
(Instrument de veille sur les réseaux extérieurs) or DRUNK (Dynamic
Recon of UNKnown networks) is a network recon framework, including
tools for passive recon (flow analytics relying on
Bro, Argus,
Nfdump, fingerprint analytics based
on Bro and p0f and active recon
(IVRE uses Nmap to run scans, can use
ZMap as a pre-scanner; IVRE can also import XML
output from Nmap and
Masscan).

The advertising slogans are:

  • (in French): IVRE, il scanne Internet.
  • (in English): Know the networks, get DRUNK!

The names IVRE and DRUNK have been chosen as a tribute to "Le
Taullier".

Overview

You can have a look at the project homepage,
the screenshot gallery, and the
quick video introducion
for an overview of the Web interface.

We have a demonstration instance, just contact us to
get an access.

A few
blog posts
have been written to show some features of IVRE.

Documentation

See doc/README (and doc/* files) for more
information.

On a server with the IVRE web server properly installed with a
Dokuwiki notepad, the doc/* files are available under the doc:
namespace (e.g., doc:readme for the doc/README
file).

On a client with IVRE installed, you can use a --help option with
most IVRE CLI tools, and use help(ivre.module) with most IVRE Python
sub-modules.

License

IVRE is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.

IVRE is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
GNU General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with IVRE. If not, see the gnu.org web
site
.

Support

Try --help for the CLI tools, help() under Python and the "HELP"
button in the web interface.

Have a look at the FAQ!

Feel free to contact the author and offer him a beer if you need help!

If you don't like beer, a good scotch or any other good alcoholic
beverage will do (it is the author's unalienable right to decide
whether a beverage is good or not).

Contributing

Code contributions (pull-requests) are of course welcome!

The project needs scan results and capture files that can be provided
as examples. If you can contribute some samples, or if you want to
contribute some samples and would need some help to do so, or if you
can provide a server to run scans, please contact the author.

Contact

For both support and contribution, the
repository on Github should be
used: feel free to create a new issue or a pull request!

You can also try to use the e-mail dev on the domain ivre.rocks,
or to join the IRC chan #ivre on
Freenode.

Talking about IVRE

Research

If you are using IVRE in you research, please cite it as follows:

Pierre Lalet, Florent Monjalet, and Camille Mougey. IVRE, a network
recon framework
.
https://github.com/cea-sec/ivre,
2011-2017.

Here is the appropriate bibtex entry:

@MISC{ivre,
    title = {{IVRE}, a network recon framework},
    author={Lalet, Pierre and Monjalet, Florent and Mougey, Camille},
    url = {https://ivre.rocks/},
    howpublished = {\url{https://github.com/cea-sec/ivre/}},
    institution = {{CEA}: the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission},
    year = {2011--2017},
}

Technical documents, blog posts, etc.

You can mention "IVRE, a network recon framework", together with the
project homepage, https://ivre.rocks/ and/or
the repository,
https://github.com/cea-sec/ivre.

On twitter, you can follow and/or mention
@IvreRocks.


This file is part of IVRE. Copyright 2011 - 2017 Pierre LALET.

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