GoPhish Notifier

GoPhish Notifier notifies red team members when their GoPhish campaign status
has been updated. It supports both Slack and Email notification profiles by
default, but it's very extensible so new notification profiles can be added


From Source

git clone
cd gophish-webhook-slack
go build -o phishbot


See ansible-gophish-notifier


The configuration path is /etc/gophish_notifier/config.yml. Below is an example config:

# Host to listen on. If GoPhish is running on the same host, you can set this to
# Port to listen on
listen_port: 9999
# Webhook path. The full address will be http://<host>:<ip><webhook_path>. Ex:
webhook_path: /webhook
# Secret for GoPhish authentication
secret: secretpassword123
# Log level. Log levels are panic, fatal, error, warning, info, debug, trace.
log_level: debug
# (Optional) Base URL of GoPhish instance so that Slack notifications can link to campaign
# Enables sending profiles. Options are `slack` and `email`. Make sure to configure the required parameters for each profile
  - slack
  - email

# Slack Profile
  # Webhook address. Typically starts with
  webhook: '<Your Slack Webhook>'
  # Username displayed in Slack
  username: PhishBot
  # Channel to post in
  channel: '#testing2'
  # Bot profile picture
  emoji: ':blowfish:'
  # (Optional) Disable email, username, and credentials from being sent to Slack
  disable_credentials: true

# Email Profile
# Email to send from
  sender: [email protected]
  # Password of sender email. Uses plain SMTP authentication
  sender_password: password123
  # Recipient of notifications
  recipient: [email protected]
  # Email host to send to
  # Email host address

# You can also supply an email template for each notification
email_submitted_credentials_template: |
  Someone submitted credentials!
  Email ID - {{ .ID }}
  Email Address - {{ .Email }}
  IP Address - {{ .Address }}
  User Agent - {{ .UserAgent }}
  Username - {{ .Username }}
  Password - {{ .Password }}

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