VPS-Docker-For-Pentest - Create A VPS On Google Cloud Platform Or Digital Ocean Easily With The Docker For Pentest

VPS-Docker-For-Pentest – Create A VPS On Google Cloud Platform Or Digital Ocean Easily With The Docker For Pentest

Create a VPS on Google Cloud Platform or Digital Ocean easily with the docker for pentest included to launch the assessment to the target.

Requirements

  • Terraform installed
  • Ansible installed
  • SSH private and public keys
  • Google Cloud Platform or Digital Ocean account.


Usage

1.- Clone the repository

git clone --depth 1 https://github.com/aaaguirrep/vps-docker-for-pentest.git vps
cd vps

2.- Credentials

  • Create credentials folder.
    mkdir credentials

For Google Cloud Platform

  • Create a new project.
  • Create service account with “Compute Admin” role and download a key in json format in credentials folder.
  • Rename the key to pentest.json
  • Enable “Compute Engine API” for the project.

For Digital Ocean

  • Create a Personal access tokens with write permission and copy it. See Tutorial

SSH Private and Public keys

  • Inside credentials folder run ssh-keygen -t rsa -f pentest in the terminal. Empty passphrase is ok.
  • It creates two files: private and public key.

3.- Terraform

Google Cloud Platform

  • Enter to gcp folder and modify the next value:
    • In main.tf file change the project value with your project-id.
  • Run the next commands:
# Initialize terraform provider
$ terraform init
Terraform has been successfully initialized!

# Create the resources
$ terraform apply -auto-approve
Apply complete! Resources: 3 added, 0 changed, 0 destroyed.
Outputs:
external_ip = x.x.x.x
  • Copy the external_ip value

Note: The instance type and the region used are: n1-standard-1 and us-central1. You can change the values on server.tf and main.tf
Demo

Digital Ocean

  • Enter to digital-ocean folder
  • With the personal access token copied run export TF_VAR_do_token="Personal_Access_Token_Here"
  • Run the next commands:
# Initialize terraform provider
$ terraform init
Terraform has been successfully initialized!

# Create the resources
$ terraform apply -auto-approve
Apply complete! Resources: 3 added, 0 changed, 0 destroyed.
Outputs:
external_ip = x.x.x.x
  • Copy the external_ip value

Note: The droplet type and the region used are: s-2vcpu-4gb and nyc3. You can change the values on server.tf and variables.tf
Demo

4.- Ansible

  • Enter to ansible folder
  • In hosts.yaml change the x.x.x.x by external_ip value copied.
  • Run the next command:
$ ansible-playbook playbook.yaml
TASK [Configuration finished] *******************************************************
ok: [x.x.x.x] => {
"msg": "System configured correctly."
}

Demo

5.- Access to VPS

  • In gcp or digital-ocean folder run the next command. Change x.x.x.x by external_ip value copied.
# Access to VPS
$ ssh pentest@x.x.x.x -i ../credentials/pentest

Demo

6.- Destroy the VPS

  • In gcp or digital-ocean folder run the next command.
# Destroy the resource
$ terraform destroy -auto-approve

Note: For Digital Ocean, if you dont have a default VPC created in the region used it shows an error to destroy the VPC but no problem, it will destroy the others resources.

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