Created by David French (@threatpunter) at Elastic Security
Dorothy is a tool to help security teams test their monitoring and detection capabilities for their Okta environment. Dorothy has several modules to simulate actions that an attacker might take while operating in an Okta environment and actions that security teams should be able to audit. The modules are mapped to the relevant MITRE ATT&CK® tactics, such as persistence, defense evasion, and discovery.
Elastic Security’s free detection rules for Okta can be found in our detection-rules repo. You can read this blog post to learn more about how Elastic Security helps with cloud monitoring and detection.
Dorothy can change the configuration of your Okta environment. Consider using Dorothy in a test environment to avoid any risk of impacting your production environment.
Head on over to the wiki for help installing and running Dorothy.
Questions? Problems? Suggestions?
Obtain the proper authorization before using Dorothy in an environment that you do not own and administer. Users take full responsibility for the outcomes of using Dorothy.
Dorothy is licensed under the Apache License Version 2.0.
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How to Contribute
Interested in contributing to Dorothy? Thanks for your interest. Please familiarize yourself with the contribution guide.
- Dorothy is a scientific tornado instrument used to analyze data and to radio back information to create an advanced warning system.
- What is an Okta? A unit of measurement used to describe the amount of cloud cover at a given location in terms of how many eighths of the sky are covered in clouds