Minary can be started in two ways:
- Double-clicking the Minary.exe file
- Double-clicking a template file
Double-clicking Minary.exe will allow you to hand-craft an attack from scratch. This allows for tests and experiments in your own network.
Double-clicking a template file (filename extension: .mry) will perform all required steps for a specific attack automatically. Templates are used to attack a particular system (e.g. Facebook logins).
Double-click Minary.exe in the installation directory. Minary will open in a neutral state and can be configured for an attack. Before any attack, perform these three steps:
- Activate the plugins you need for this particular attack
- Scan the network for target computers to attack
- Start your attack and watch the output in the plugin tabs
Double-clicking a template file
A template file automatically configures Minary for a particular attack. Minary then goes through the following steps:
- It loads the required modules and unloads any unnecessary ones
- It scans the LAN for potential target systems (if activated)
- It selects and activates those target systems (if activated)
- It starts the attack (if activated)
You can generate templates yourself or you can download them from the project page’s findings section. Download a template file and double-click it to start the attack automatically.
Please make sure to have started Minary at least once before. Otherwise Windows doesn’t know what to do with the template file.