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Kubernetes Security – A Useful Bash One-Liner

Whether you’re an administrator, pentester, devop engineer, programmer, or some other IT person, chances are that you’ve heard of Kubernetes (k8s). If you’re a penetration tester like myself you may sometimes find yourself in odd situations involving k8s. One such situation is getting or being given super admin to a Kubernetes cluster, but you’re on …

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Taming the Jungle: Hardening your AWS infrastructure

After nine tutorials, sixteen posts on stack overflow, and several hours or workweeks of effort you’ve finally done it. You’ve finally got something in Amazon Web Services (AWS) to work as expected. It could have been something as simple as a static hosted site, or as complicated as a massive blockchain distributed machine learning web …

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Automating Red Team Homelabs: Part 2 – Build, Pentest, Destroy, and Repeat

As of 2019-05-14 the Funny Stories section has been updated. Now that we understand what the goal is from my first blog post, we can move into the good stuff! The packer build process is pretty much the whole reason I embarked on this journey of automation. I got tired of installing kali from an …

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Automating Red Team Homelabs: Part 1 – Kali Automation

Part 2: https://blog.secureideas.com/2019/05/automating-red-team-homelabs-part-2-build-pentest-destroy-and-repeat.html Homelab infrastructure got you down? Well, not anymore! This is the first post of a 3-part series that will talk about how to automate your home lab, from your kali box to all your vulnerable and domain-joined test vms. It will teach you how to keep your infrastructure dynamic, idempotent, and resilient …

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