Damn Vulnerable Web App Installer Shell Script

Hey guys, shipcode here once again :)

Today I'm gonna share to you an installer shell script for Damn Vulnerable Web App (DVWA) which was coded by Travis Phillips.

DVWA is cool web application for testing your skills in web penetration testing and your knowledge in manual SQL Injection, XSS, Blind SQL Injection, etc.

   
    #/bin/bash
    echo -e "\n#######################################"
    echo -e "# Damn Vulnerable Web App Installer Script #"
    echo -e "#######################################"
    echo " Coded By: Travis Phillips"
    echo " Website: http://theunl33t.blogspot.com"
    echo -e -n "\n[*] Changing directory to /var/www..."
    cd /var/www > /dev/null
    echo -e "Done!\n"


    echo -n "[*] Removing default index.html..."
    rm index.html > /dev/null
    echo -e "Done!\n"


    echo -n "[*] Changing to Temp Directory..."
    cd /tmp
    echo -e "Done!\n"


    echo "[*] Downloading DVWA..."
    wget http://voxel.dl.sourceforge.net/project/dvwa/DVWA-1.0.7.zip
    echo -e "Done!\n"


    echo -n "[*] Unzipping DVWA..."
    unzip DVWA-1.0.7.zip > /dev/null
    echo -e "Done!\n"


    echo -n "[*] Deleting the zip file..."
    rm DVWA-1.0.7.zip > /dev/null
    echo -e "Done!\n"


    echo -n "[*] Copying dvwa to root of Web Directory..."
    cp -R dvwa/* /var/www > /dev/null
    echo -e "Done!\n"


    echo -n "[*] Clearing Temp Directory..."
    rm -R dvwa > /dev/null
    echo -e "Done!\n"


    echo -n "[*] Enabling Remote include in php.ini..."
    cp /etc/php5/apache2/php.ini /etc/php5/apache2/php.ini1
    sed -e 's/allow_url_include = Off/allow_url_include = On/' /etc/php5/apache2/php.ini1 > /etc/php5/apache2/php.ini
    rm /etc/php5/apache2/php.ini1
    echo -e "Done!\n"


    echo -n "[*] Enabling write permissions to /var/www/hackable/upload..."
    chmod 777 /var/www/hackable/uploads/
    echo -e "Done!\n"


    echo -n "[*] Starting Web Service..."
    service apache2 start &> /dev/null
    echo -e "Done!\n"


    echo -n "[*] Starting MySQL..."
    service mysql start &> /dev/null
    echo -e "Done!\n"


    echo -n "[*] Updating Config File..."
    cp /var/www/config/config.inc.php /var/www/config/config.inc.php1
    sed -e 's/'\'\''/'\''toor'\''/' /var/www/config/config.inc.php1 > /var/www/config/config.inc.php
    rm /var/www/config/config.inc.php1
    echo -e "Done!\n"


    echo -n "[*] Updating Database..."
    wget --post-data "create_db=Create / Reset Database" http://127.0.0.1/setup.php &> /dev/null
    mysql -u root --password='toor' -e 'update dvwa.users set avatar = "/hackable/users/gordonb.jpg" where user = "gordonb";'
    mysql -u root --password='toor' -e 'update dvwa.users set avatar = "/hackable/users/smithy.jpg" where user = "smithy";'
    mysql -u root --password='toor' -e 'update dvwa.users set avatar = "/hackable/users/admin.jpg" where user = "admin";'
    mysql -u root --password='toor' -e 'update dvwa.users set avatar = "/hackable/users/pablo.jpg" where user = "pablo";'
    mysql -u root --password='toor' -e 'update dvwa.users set avatar = "/hackable/users/1337.jpg" where user = "1337";'
    echo -e "Done!\n"


    echo -e -n "[*] Starting Firefox to DVWA\nUserName: admin\nPassword: password"
    firefox http://127.0.0.1/login.php &> /dev/null &
    echo -e "\nDone!\n"
    echo -e "[\033[1;32m*\033[1;37m] DVWA Install Finished!\n" 



So what you are going to do is to save it to whatever.sh. Make it into an executable script: chmod +x whatever.sh. Then to install it just execute the file : ./whatever.sh.


Take note that every time you want to launch this web application is that you need to start the services apache2 and mysql:
service apache2 start
service mysql start
 You can now acess this web application from your localhost ;)









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