Secure Ubuntu by Trailbot

Secure Ubuntu by Trailbot

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This Ubuntu VM comes with a special demon called Trailbot Watcher that monitors system files and logs, triggers Smart Policies upon modification and generates a blockchain-anchored, immutable audit trail of everything happening to them.

Smart Policies are simple scripts that get called every time a tracked file changes. They trigger actions such as emailing someone, rolling files back or even shutting the system down. There are plenty of them ready to use, and you can even create your own.

You can manage your Smart Policies and audit trails by using the [Trailbot Client] desktop app.

All the files and logs watched in this VM will have the Stamper Smart Policy configured by default, so every time such files are modified, their hashes will be embedded in both the Ethereum and Bitcoin blockchains by using the Stampery API.

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Tags: Blockchain, Ubuntu, Security, Integrity, Bitcoin, Ethereum, Stampery, Microsoft.Storage/storageAccounts, Microsoft.Network/publicIPAddresses, Microsoft.Network/networkSecurityGroups, Microsoft.Network/virtualNetworks, Microsoft.Network/networkInterfaces, Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines, Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines/extensions, CustomScript

Getting Started Tutorial

  • Download and install Trailbot Client in your computer.
  • Run Trailbot Client, generate and export a client public key.
  • Click the Deploy to Azure icon above
  • Complete the template parameters including the client public key, choose your resource group, accept the terms and click Create
  • Wait about 15 minutes for the VM to spin up and install the software
  • Then you will receive the watcher public key in your email (check SPAM folder, just in case)
  • Import the watcher public key into the Trailbot Client and you are ready to play.


You can find detailed usage instructions in the Getting Started guide.