This action leverages GCP / Google Cloud API to manipulate the state of GCP virtual machines. More specifically, it can reset, delete, stop or suspend them.
Note that this attack does not support any rollback. The attack only transmits the API call, e.g., Stop or Delete virtual machine.
Virtual Machines of Kubernetes Engine can be attacked as well, when the cluster is created as standard cluster (not autopilot).
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