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Configuring Camsource Server


Configuration Path: /home/targets/webcam/settings/

The Files:

  1. camsource.conf
  2. camsource.conf.v4l1
  3. camsource.conf.v4l2
File 1:
  This is the file processed by the camsource server, changes to this file will effect the server on restart.

File 2:
  This is an example camsource.conf using a Video4Linux 1 Device.

File 3:
  This is an example camsource.conf using a Video4Linux 2 Device.

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Configuring Lighttpd Server


Configuration Path: /home/targets/web/settings/

The Files:

  1. lighttpd.conf
File 1:
  This is the configration file for the lighttpd server.

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Configuring MPD Server


Configuration Path: /home/targets/music/settings/

The Files:

  1. mpd.conf
File 1:
  This is the configration file for the mpd server.

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Configuring MaraDNS Server


Configuration Path: /home/targets/dns/settings/

The Files:

  1. mararc
  2. example_authoritative_mararc.txt
  3. example_example_csv1
  4. example_example_csv1.txt
  5. example_example_csv2
  6. example_full_mararc
  7. example_mararc
  8. example_recursive_mararc.txt
File 1:
  This is the configuration file for the mararc server

Files 2-8:
  These are different examples of how to configure mararc
  * Files 3 & 4 appear to be identical and one will be removed in the future

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Configuring NTP Server


Configuration Path: /home/targets/time/settings/

The Files:

  1. ntp.conf
File 1:
  This is the configuration file for the ntp server

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Configuring Postgres Server

Configuration Path: /home/targets/database/settings/

The Files:

  1. postgresql.conf
  2. pg_hba.conf
  3. pg_ident.conf
File 1:
  This is the configuration file for the particular postgres database

File 2:
  This file manages what computers or ip blocks can access the postgres server at all
  Make sure to read the documentation present in this file

File 3:
  This file maps user names to postgresql database user names
  This is useful if the current username connects to the database under a different name
  Make sure to read the documentation present in this file

Initial Setup:
  Create the database:
    su - t_database -c '/bin/initdb -D /home/targets/database/data -E UTF8 --locale=en_US.UTF-8'

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Configuring RSync Server


Configuration Path: /home/targets/rsync/settings/

The Files:

  1. rsyncd.conf
File 1:
  This is the configuration file for the rsync server

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Configuring SSH Server


Configuration Path: /home/targets/ssh/settings/

The Files:

  1. sshd_config
  2. banner
  3. moduli
  4. ssh_prng_cmds
  5. ssh_host_dsa_key
  6. ssh_host_dsa_key.pub
  7. ssh_host_ecdsa_key
  8. ssh_host_ecdsa_key.pub
  9. ssh_host_key
  10. ssh_host_key.pub
  11. ssh_host_rsa_key
  12. ssh_host_rsa_key.pub
File 1:
  This is the ssh server configuration file

File 2:
  This will display information to a client making a connection attempt to the server
  This can expose information to an attacker that might be useful and therefore is disabled by default

Files 3 & 4:
  These files are not required and may not even be used anymore; you can safely ignore these.

Files 5 to 12:
  These files are auto-generated by the initng start script.
  You can create these manually by calling the setup_ssh_host_keys script.

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Configuring Subversion Server


Configuration Path: /home/targets/subversion/settings/

The Files:

  1. servers
File 1:
  This is the subversion server configuration file

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