The "Awesome GPTs (Agents) Repo" represents an initial effort to compile a comprehensive list of GPT agents focused on cybersecurity (offensive and defensive), created by the community. Please note, this repository is a community-driven project and may not list all existing GPT agents in cybersecurity. Contributions are welcome – feel free to add your own creations!
Disclaimer: Users should exercise caution and evaluate the agents before use. Additionally, please note that some of these GPTs are still in experimental test phase.
Welcome to our list of AI agents. We structured the list into two parts: Open source projects and closed-source projects and companies. The list is done according to our best knowledge, although definitely not comprehensive.
Willow is an ESP IDF based project primarily targetting the ESP BOX hardware from Espressif. Our goal is to provide Amazon Echo/Google Home competitive performance, accuracy, cost, and functionality with Home Assistant and other platforms - 100% open source and completely self-hosted by the user with "ready for the kitchen counter" low cost commercially available hardware.
Use Willow Inference Server anywhere or don't use it at all with command recognition on the device. Have the results go anywhere you want. Integrate with whatever you want. Completely open source so it does what you want, only what you want, and only how you want it. No more annoying extra prompts or sales pitches to upsell you. Supports multiple wake words with more coming soon.
Approximately $50 hardware cost (plus USB-C power supply). Fully assembled. Done.
OpenEDR is a sophisticated, free, open source endpoint detection and response solution. It provides analytic detection with Mitre ATT&CK visibility for event correlation and root cause analysis of adversarial threat activity and behaviors in real time. This world-class endpoint telemetry platform is available to all cyber-security professionals, and every sized organization, to defend against threat actors and cyber criminals.
Queries the OneCall API of OpenWeatherMap for a given location by latitude and longitude. This API returns information about the current weather, forecasts by minute, hour, and day, and national weather alerts.
A Huginn agent that writes events into InfluxDB in line protocol format (primarily). No docs right now but there are only two files and the Huginn on-line docs therein seem helpful.
The active_workflow_agent library helps you to write your own ActiveWorkflow agents in Ruby using ActiveWorkflow's remote agent API. “Remote” in this context means that agents run in separate processes from ActiveWorkflow itself. Communication between agents and ActiveWorkflow takes place via HTTP. Each agent is effectively an HTTP server which ActiveWorkflow connects to and interacts with via the remote agent API protocol.
The activeworkflow_agent library helps you to write your own ActiveWorkflow agents in Python using ActiveWorkflow's remote agent API. “Remote” in this context means that agents run in separate processes from ActiveWorkflow itself. Communication between agents and ActiveWorkflow takes place via HTTP. Each agent is effectively an HTTP service or microservice which ActiveWorkflow connects to and interacts with as long as it supports the remote agent API protocol.
Agent that monitors a flow of data and uses Isolation Forest techniques to identify statistical outliers and anomalies.
I'm using Flask to host some simple REST APIs for custom Huginn agents.
- expenses.py - Uses the Plaid API to get transactions and expenses filed.
- logger.py - The agents's logging service.
ActiveWorkflow is an intelligent process automation platform that uses software agents; autonomous entities that act on schedule or react to external triggers. These unsupervised agents connect to APIs, process information, perform routine tasks, and enable you to automate internal or external workflows.
A fork of Huginn optimized for business use. Incompatible with Huginn mainline.
Remote agent API: https://docs.activeworkflow.org/remote-agent-api/
Python module for building custom agents: https://docs.activeworkflow.org/activeworkflow-agent-python/
Beehive is an event and agent system, which allows you to create your own agents that perform automated tasks triggered by events and filters. It is modular, flexible and really easy to extend for anyone. It has modules (we call them Hives), so it can interface with, talk to, or retrieve information from Twitter, Tumblr, Email, IRC, Jabber, RSS, Jenkins, Hue - to name just a few. Check out the full list of available Hives in our Wiki.
An article that talks about systems of agents and some things that need to be considered about them.
A step by step process for setting up and using Mycroft for everyday tasks.
A website which has more official documentation for Huginn, a database of agents (included and third party) and what they do, sample Huginn scenarios that can be imported and tinkered with, and Ruby gems of the third party agents.
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