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osx-vm-templates - macOS templates for Packer and VeeWee.

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This is a set of Packer templates and support scripts that will prepare an OS X installer media that performs an unattended install for use with Packer and VeeWee. These were originally developed for VeeWee, but support for the VeeWee template has not been maintained since Packer's release and so it is only provided for historical purposes. I plan on removing VeeWee support from this repo soon, but VeeWee can still make use of the preparation script and the OS X template remains in the core VeeWee repo. It's possible to build a machine with different admin account settings, and without the vagrant ssh keys, for use with other systems, e.g. continuous integration.

terratest - Terratest is a Go library that makes it easier to write automated tests for your infrastructure code

  •    Go

Terratest was developed at Gruntwork to help maintain the Infrastructure as Code Library, which contains over 250,000 lines of code written in Terraform, Go, Python, and Bash, and is used in production by hundreds of companies. See Open sourcing Terratest: a swiss army knife for testing infrastructure code for more info. Prerequisite: install Go.

juicebox - A virtual machine designed for programming workshops.

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A virtual machine designed for programming workshops.Based on boxcutter/ubuntu.

infrastructure-as-code-tutorial - Infrastructure As Code Tutorial

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This tutorial is intended to show what the Infrastructure as Code (IaC) is, why we need it, and how it can help you manage your infrastructure more efficiently. It is practice-based, meaning I don't give much theory on what Infrastructure as Code is in the beginning of the tutorial, but instead let you feel it through the practice first. At the end of the tutorial, I summarize some of the key points about Infrastructure as Code based on what you learn through the labs.




packer-templates - Packer templates for Vagrant base boxes

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You can configure each template to match your requirements by setting the following user variables. You can also use the pre-built boxes hosted on Atlas.

Detect-It-Easy - Detect it Easy

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Detect It Easy, or abbreviated "DIE" is a program for determining types of files. "DIE" is a cross-platform application, apart from Windows version there are also available versions for Linux and Mac OS.

DetectionLab - Vagrant & Packer scripts to build a lab environment complete with security tooling and logging best practices

  •    HTML

This lab has been designed with defenders in mind. Its primary purpose is to allow the user to quickly build a Windows domain that comes pre-loaded with security tooling and some best practices when it comes to system logging configurations. It can easily be modified to fit most needs or expanded to include additional hosts.NOTE: This lab has not been hardened in any way and runs with default vagrant credentials. Please do not connect or bridge it to any networks you care about. This lab is deliberately designed to be insecure; the primary purpose of it is to provide visibility and introspection into each host.

vagrant-boxes - baseboxes build with packer.io for use with vagrant

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Make sure you have the above tools installed. You have to adjust the Thorfile line 50 to match your own S3 bucket.


packer-arch - packer.io template for building an Arch Linux base box

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Packer Arch is a bare bones Packer template and installation script that can be used to generate a Vagrant base box for Arch Linux. The template works with the default VirtualBox provider as well as with VMware, Parallels and libvirt providers. The installation script follows the official installation guide pretty closely, with a few tweaks to ensure functionality within a VM. Beyond that, the only customizations to the machine are related to the vagrant user and the steps recommended for any base box.

packer-builder-vsphere - Packer plugin for remote builds on VMware vSphere

  •    Go

This a plugin for HashiCorp Packer. It uses native vSphere API, and creates virtual machines remotely. vsphere-iso builder creates new VMs from scratch. vsphere-clone builder clones VMs from existing templates.

Amber - Reflective PE packer.

  •    Assembly

amber is a reflective PE packer for bypassing security products and mitigations. It can pack regularly compiled PE files into reflective payloads that can load and execute itself like a shellcode. It enables stealthy in-memory payload deployment that can be used to bypass anti-virus, firewall, IDS, IPS products and application white-listing mitigations. If you want to learn more about the packing methodology used inside amber check out below. For more detail about usage, installation and how to decrease detection rate check out WIKI. Developed By Ege Balcı from INVICTUS/PRODAFT.

packer-templates - Packer templates zOMG!

  •    Ruby

Collection of Packer templates used for various infrastructure layers.Most of the templates in here require some env vars. Take a look at .example.env for an example. Use of autoenv is encouraged but not required.

packer-dsc - DSC Provisioner for Packer.io

  •    Go

A Desired State Configuration provisioner for Packer.io, the machine image automation tool, allowing you to automate the generation of your Windows machine images in a repeatable, reliable way.Works nicely when combined with a Vagrant development workflow, possibly leveraging the Vagrant DSC plugin.

vm - vagrant + packer + chef-solo + VirtualBox/VMware + Ubuntu 14.04.4/16.04

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(^) Packer is required to build the custom Ubuntu 14.04/16.04 LTS image. Note: packer/template.json.example is based on Packer 0.6.0.

boxes - :bento: Vagrant boxes built using Packer

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Build Vagrant boxes with Packer. Hosted on Vagrant Cloud. Upload the box to Vagrant Cloud.

packer-ubuntu

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This repo includes a Packer template that builds base VMs for Vagrant. The VMs use Ubuntu LTS releases such as Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr and Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial Xerus. They use the server flavor and are 64-bit only. See all of the boxes.