Alohomora is a python WebUI designed to manage Nginx white-listed IP addresses.
The web interface allows you to add and remove IP addresses from a list. These IP addresses are stored in a SQLite database and associated with a label and an expiration date. As soon as an IP address is added, deleted, or expired, an
allow.conf file is generated. A watcher automatically detects any change in the
allow.conf file and copies it in the Nginx configuration directory before reloading Nginx.
This project is based on Blusky's work (https://github.com/TheBlusky/alohomora).
You have to install
docker-compose (https://docs.docker.com/compose/install/). Remember to set your own token as an environment variable ALOHOMORA_TOKEN in
$ git clone https://github.com/vonKrafft/Alohomora-Docker $ cd Alohomora-Docker $ docker-compose up -d
You will need to install
inotify to detect changes to the
allow.conf file. Make sure the script is executable and run it as a daemon (you can redirect stdout to a log file). Remember to change the NGINX_VHOST_DIR and ALOHOMORA_DIR values to fit your directory organization!
$ sudo apt install inotify-tools $ chmod +x web-alohomora/alohomora-watcher.sh $ setsid ./alohomora_watcher.sh >alohomora.logs 2>&1 < /dev/null &
- Python:3-alpine - Docker Official Images (https://hub.docker.com/_/python)
- Bootstrap v4.3.1 (https://getbootstrap.com/)
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