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Remote Access
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Hello, I am a student at Pima currently enrolled in the programming/cyber operations degree plan and was wondering if remote access to the Tucson range was possible. Just wondering mostly out of convenience for myself because I live ~40 mins away from the range and the online range being down. I've set up Kali, Burp, and FoxyProxy in accordance with the bWAPP google docs beginner guide.

Edit: I fully understand if I can not.
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Yes it is. However, I am not certain of the running state of the targets. I will look into this.

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(2020-02-22, 07:39 AM)blscott Wrote: Yes it is. However, I am not certain of the running state of the targets. I will look into this.
Thank you! I do have a follow up question since it is possible. How should I send my SMS to enroll if the targets are good to go? "enroll Tucson" or "enroll AZ03"?. Thanks again for your reply and looking into my question! I have tried to call the range about this during volunteering hours using ether their direct number or the AZCWR SMS number but every time the phone line ends up dead.
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Here are the text command instructions: https://www.azcwr.org/ranges/access-the-ranges/

You would send the texts to the Tucson phone number: 520.900.1153

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(2020-02-22, 12:34 PM)blscott Wrote: Here are the text command instructions: https://www.azcwr.org/ranges/access-the-ranges/

You would send the texts to the Tucson phone number: 520.900.1153

bWAPP is accessible within the range as of 2pm today, after we restarted gateway and all services so I imagine it might be accessible remotely for the moment as long as services don't go down. Due to construction requiring power outages over Christmas up until now access has been spotty. We're trying to refine remote accessibility, but it may be a bit. I'll try from home this evening out of curiosity, but let me know if you are able to access sooner. I'd appreciate it.
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(2020-02-22, 12:34 PM)blscott Wrote: Here are the text command instructions: https://www.azcwr.org/ranges/access-the-ranges/

You would send the texts to the Tucson phone number: 520.900.1153

Thank you for all your help!

(2020-02-22, 02:14 PM)jdez Wrote:
(2020-02-22, 12:34 PM)blscott Wrote: Here are the text command instructions: https://www.azcwr.org/ranges/access-the-ranges/

You would send the texts to the Tucson phone number: 520.900.1153

bWAPP is accessible within the range as of 2pm today, after we restarted gateway and all services so I imagine it might be accessible remotely for the moment as long as services don't go down. Due to construction requiring power outages over Christmas up until now access has been spotty. We're trying to refine remote accessibility, but it may be a bit. I'll try from home this evening out of curiosity, but let me know if you are able to access sooner. I'd appreciate it.

I was able to connect to the Tucson Range home page. When I got there it said bWapp is in purgatory. Attached are images of my results.


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(2020-02-22, 03:13 PM)Xrotica Wrote:
(2020-02-22, 12:34 PM)blscott Wrote: Here are the text command instructions: https://www.azcwr.org/ranges/access-the-ranges/

You would send the texts to the Tucson phone number: 520.900.1153

Thank you for all your help!

(2020-02-22, 02:14 PM)jdez Wrote:
(2020-02-22, 12:34 PM)blscott Wrote: Here are the text command instructions: https://www.azcwr.org/ranges/access-the-ranges/

You would send the texts to the Tucson phone number: 520.900.1153

bWAPP is accessible within the range as of 2pm today, after we restarted gateway and all services so I imagine it might be accessible remotely for the moment as long as services don't go down. Due to construction requiring power outages over Christmas up until now access has been spotty. We're trying to refine remote accessibility, but it may be a bit. I'll try from home this evening out of curiosity, but let me know if you are able to access sooner. I'd appreciate it.

I was able to connect to the Tucson Range home page. When I got there it said bWapp is in purgatory. Attached are images of my results.

Thanks for the images. Sorry it's taken a bit to get back. Got busy at work this week. I'll have to look for that IP in our purgatory list from within the range tomorrow. I did notice last week that someone may have been loading more VM targets so it may be that the a new IP has been assigned that has yet to be taken out of purgatory. Good that you've been able reach the range from outside though.
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(2020-02-28, 08:30 PM)jdez Wrote:
(2020-02-22, 03:13 PM)Xrotica Wrote:
(2020-02-22, 12:34 PM)blscott Wrote: Here are the text command instructions: https://www.azcwr.org/ranges/access-the-ranges/

You would send the texts to the Tucson phone number: 520.900.1153

Thank you for all your help!

(2020-02-22, 02:14 PM)jdez Wrote:
(2020-02-22, 12:34 PM)blscott Wrote: Here are the text command instructions: https://www.azcwr.org/ranges/access-the-ranges/

You would send the texts to the Tucson phone number: 520.900.1153

bWAPP is accessible within the range as of 2pm today, after we restarted gateway and all services so I imagine it might be accessible remotely for the moment as long as services don't go down. Due to construction requiring power outages over Christmas up until now access has been spotty. We're trying to refine remote accessibility, but it may be a bit. I'll try from home this evening out of curiosity, but let me know if you are able to access sooner. I'd appreciate it.

I was able to connect to the Tucson Range home page. When I got there it said bWapp is in purgatory. Attached are images of my results.

Thanks for the images. Sorry it's taken a bit to get back. Got busy at work this week. I'll have to look for that IP in our purgatory list from within the range tomorrow. I did notice last week that someone may have been loading more VM targets so it may be that the a new IP has been assigned that has yet to be taken out of purgatory. Good that you've been able reach the range from outside though.

Couldn't rectify much on our end in terms of remote access. Although I'm pretty sure it said "purgatory" because of an erroneous description that was typed into a description field within our administration panel. I erased that so it may no longer show up. That should not have had anything to do with the connectivity issue since the targets were not technically under our purgatory IP. Another colleague who tried to remote in today verified that port 51, and 53 (DNS) was unreachable. Hopefully our Phoenix counterpart will see this and have more ideas for how we can reestablish reliable remote and DNS access to the virtual targets in the short term.

Otherwise the only other option I'm thinking might be possible, given you are a substantial distance from the Range, is to obtain a copy of the bWAPP utility to put directly on your local machine.
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