Beanstalk is a simple work queue server, that may be easier to get started with than Amazon SQS for those who don’t already have AWS accounts.

The Beanstalk operator enables you to send output to work queues, which you can then consume from Beanstalk sources, or external applications. This operator is extremely flexible, as it accepts arbitrary config options and passes them through to the queue.

Configuration Options

  • module (required): beanstalk
  • host (required): Host to connect to.
  • port (required): Port to connect over.
  • queue_name (required): The name of the Beanstalk tube you want to use.

Any other options defined in the Beanstalk operator section will be passed in to your queue as part of a JSON object, after string interpolation to fill in artifact content. For example, {domain} will be replaced with the C2 domain being exported.

Example Configuration

Inside the operators section of your configuration file:

- name: my-beanstalk-queue
  module: beanstalk
  port: 11300
  queue_name: my-queue
  domain: {domain}
  url: {url}
  source_type: url
  download_path: /data/ingestor

In this example, the resulting JSON object for a URL artifact of sent to the Beanstalk queue would be:

    "domain": "",
    "url": "",
    "source_type": "url",
    "download_path": "/data/ingestor"