Simple self hosting solution based on docker for bug hunters.
PwnMachine is a self hosting solution based on docker aiming to provide an easy to use pwning station for bughunters.
The basic install include a DNS server, a reverse proxy and a webserver.
On your home computer
- sshfs (optional)
You need to create a docker-machine for your server.
docker-machine create \ --driver generic \ --generic-ip-address=0.0.0.0 \ --generic-ssh-user=root \ --generic-ssh-key=/home/user/.ssh/id_rsa \ your_machine_name
For more information: https://docs.docker.com/machine/drivers/generic/
On your server
required available port:
On a fresh Ubuntu server installation systemd listen on port 53 you will need to shut the service down and change your dns.
systemctl disable --now systemd-resolved.service echo "nameserver 22.214.171.124" > /etc/resolv.conf #opendns servers
You must set your host as your authoritative nameserver. You must wait for the DNS propagation or the domain verification by let's encrypt will fail.
First install the pm client.
pip install pwn-machine
On your first run you need to setup PwnMachine with
Then you can build and start all your services.
pm service build pm service start
This will start an interactive installer. The installer will create the configuration directory and add the required environment variable and autocompletion to your shell init file.
Check the wiki for more informations.
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