Does anyone out there allow direct access to Dradis Pro?

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ARozar

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Feb 5, 2015, 5:29:00 AM2/5/15
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Currently I use VPN access to get into Dradis Pro. Sometimes (more times than not) this is a pain the butt, do any of you allow direct access (via 443 only) to your Dradis Pro setups?


Thanks
Avery

Mike McLaughlin

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Feb 5, 2015, 6:36:15 AM2/5/15
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Given the sensitivity of the data stored in our Dradis instance we use the same VPN set up as you.

 

Kind regards,

 

Mike

Mike McLaughlin MBCS GSEC GPEN OSCP CRT

Senior Penetration Tester & Technical Team Lead

First Base Technologies LLP

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Stephen Corbiaux

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Feb 5, 2015, 6:39:12 AM2/5/15
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We also used it over vpn.. No problems with this setup..

Kvetch

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Feb 6, 2015, 5:44:55 PM2/6/15
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If you import the VM into AWS you can control access numerous ways.  I know I don't need to tell this audience all the ways it can be secured and likely some will object to the suggestion of cloud hosting, but with AWS you can control access via specific AWS ACLS, host based iptables, nginx, VPN ...
Plus it is simple enough to powerdown whenever not in use and you can prune and offload your data whenever you feel that it is safe to delete that customer's engagement.

Thanks,
Nick

Daniel Martin

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Feb 9, 2015, 9:48:08 AM2/9/15
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Hi Nick,

Thanks for chipping in.

I looked into importing to AWS myself, the idea was to create a guide similar to the one we have for Linode at [i], but the truth is that the process was quite complicated (back in the day) mainly due to the full-disk encryption feature of our VM (afaik you couldn’t import such VMs to AWS at the time).

What was your experience re: importing AWS? Do you happen to have some notes you can share (maybe privately with me) so I can look into creating some documentation for others that might be interested?

Many thanks,
Daniel


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Nick

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Feb 9, 2015, 4:12:42 PM2/9/15
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Hey Daniel,
I didn't want to clutter up this thread, so I posted a new one with my old notes, hope that's okay.  Can't say it wasn't somewhat complicated but it wasn't too bad overall.  For me, the AWS stuff is more frustratingly complicated than changing the DradisPro VM.

Cheers,
Nick Baronian
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