Building a Windows Domain Controller with Terraform and Ansible Recently, I blogged about building a Windows domain controller (DC) using Ansible and Vagrant, which is a great and easy way to bring up a replicable environment to launch attacks against.
TLDR; (“The Haiku Version”) git clone https://github.com/splunk/building_a_windows_dc edit ansible/var/vars.yml cd splunk-server vagrant up cd ../windows_dc_2016 vagrant up navigate to http://localhost:8000
Builds a Windows 2016 domain controller with the following instrumentation:
Recently noticed a fellow college @dgryski migrated off Medium at the same time I had just let my subscription expired and hit a paywall. After a few days of work, I had also migrated off medium and are much happier.
Using CircleCI and Splunk AppInspect* Recently worked on writing and open sourcing https://github.com/splunk/TA-osquery. One of my goals was to make sure my code was in compliance with Splunk’s best practices at every stage of development.
Build a Go RESTful API using GOA that scales effortlessly with Google App Engine and are beautifully documented by Swagger
Prelude If you are interested in the guide, just jump to the building section below.
Yesterday in my drive home after the close of the HackMiami 6th conference I was overtaken with a feeling of humbleness. Humble because despite of how small our local security community is there is an over abundance of talent, love and appreciation for one another.