ASTo is security analysis tool for IoT networks. It is developed to support the Apparatus security framework. ASTo is based on electron and cytoscape.js. The icons are provided by Google's Material Design.
The application is still in prototyping stage, which means a lot of functionality is being added with each commit, along with massive changes in almost everything.
To clone and run this repository you'll need Git and Node.js installed on your computer. To download and install the app, type the following in your terminal:
Because the app is still in prototype stage, it is best to keep up to date with the most recent commits. To do so, before starting the app, type:
# Clone this repository
git clone https://github.com/Or3stis/apparatus.git
# Go into the repository
# Install dependencies
# to run the app
The first window (home screen) will ask you to choose which modeling phase would you like to perform analysis in. After you select a phase, a native dialog window will be displayed and ask you choose a file to load. By default, you can only choose
# inside the apparatus directory
# update to latest
You will find some example graphs in the
If you want to contribute that's great news. Check the contributing guide. The application is being developed on Mac. That means that new commits might introduce breaking changes in other platforms. Especially commits that involve access to the file system. If something is not working, don't hesitate to create an issue.
If you want to find out how the app works check the wiki.
You can check the project's planned features in the roadmap.