command-notifier

A very simple command-notification packagebased on SQS for distributed systems


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Install
pip install command-notifier==0.0.3

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command-notifier

A very simple command-notification package based on SQS for distributed systems

> Warning: This can be abused to take down your entire infrastructure, gain root access, etc.

Installation

Using PIP via PyPI:

pip install command-notifier

Using PIP via Github:

pip install git+git://github.com/josegonzalez/python-command-notifier.git#egg=command-notifier

Usage

CLI Usage of cn-publish is as follows:

usage: cn-publish [-h] [-a AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID] [-s AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY]
                  [-c COMMAND] [-r EC2_REGION] [-t SNS_TOPIC]

cn-publish, a tool to publish a command via sns

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -a AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID, --aws-access-key-id AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID
                        AWS Access Key ID
  -s AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY, --aws-secret-access-key AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY
                        AWS Secret Access Key
  -c COMMAND, --command COMMAND
                        Command to publish
  -r EC2_REGION, --ec2-region EC2_REGION
                        EC2 Region
  -t SNS_TOPIC, --sns-topic SNS_TOPIC
                        SNS Topic to publish to

cn-publish is pwnage

CLI Usage of cn-subscribe is as follows:

usage: cn-subscribe [-h] [-a AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID] [-s AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY]
                    [-c COMMAND_FILE] [-r EC2_REGION] [-t SNS_TOPIC]
                    [-w SNS_WAIT_TIME_SECONDS] [-q SQS_QUEUE]

cn-subscribe, a tool to run commands published from sqs

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -a AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID, --aws-access-key-id AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID
                        AWS Access Key ID
  -s AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY, --aws-secret-access-key AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY
                        AWS Secret Access Key
  -c COMMAND_FILE, --command-file COMMAND_FILE
                        Path to json file with whitelisted commands
  -r EC2_REGION, --ec2-region EC2_REGION
                        EC2 Region
  -t SNS_TOPIC, --sns-topic SNS_TOPIC
                        SNS Topic to subscribe to
  -w SNS_WAIT_TIME_SECONDS, --sns-wait-time-seconds SNS_WAIT_TIME_SECONDS
                        SNS Wait Time in Seconds
  -q SQS_QUEUE, --sqs-queue SQS_QUEUE
                        SQS Queue to utilize to

cn-subscribe is pwnage

You can also use the equivalent environment variables in place of command arguments.