Satellite is an web payload hosting service which filters requests to ensure the correct target is getting a payload. This can also be a useful service for hosting files that should be only accessed in very specific circumstances.
- Install satellite on Ubuntu using the .deb file
dpkg -i satellite_X.X.X_linux_amd64.tar.gz
- Create file to serve
echo '<h1>It worked!</h1>' > /var/www/html/index.html
- Create filtering file for index.html
echo -e "authorized_useragents:n- ayyylmao" > /var/www/html/index.html.info
- Run satellite
systemctl start satellite
- Test satellite
This will return It worked!
curl -k -A ayyylmao https://localhost/
This will not
curl -k https://localhost
To get hands-on experience with the options, check out the examples folder. Replace your
server_root with the sub-folder and try out the options.
For a more detailed explaination of how to use satellite, check out the wiki