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CS 6265 Information Security Lab Fall 2009 Lab: 1. Introduction to security tools & network monitoring Revision: r1 Assigned: 24 Aug 2009 Summary: In this lab, you will create virtual machine images with different operating systems used throughout the rest of the class. With these images, you will use various network monitoring and penetration testing tools. Teaming: Work in groups of two. Each group should have an account on at least one new lab system. Preparation: Read the Georgia Tech Computer and Network Usage Policy http://www.security.gatech.edu/policy/usage/ Read about the BackTrack Linux distribution at http://www.remote‐exploit.org/backtrack.html Part 1: VM creation You will use VMware to create two virtual machine images with the following software distributions: BackTrack Linux (Ubuntu‐based) Ubuntu 9.04 server Learn the process of how to create virtual machines, as I may ask you to create new images in future labs.
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  • IP address, Sudo, Ifconfig, Inthislab,youwillcreatevirtualmachineimageswithdifferent operatingsystemsusedthroughouttherestoftheclass.Withtheseimages,youwill usevariousnetworkmonitoringandpenetrationtestingtools, Type sudo su, Ubuntu9.04server Learntheprocessofhowtocreatevirtualmachines,asImayaskyoutocreatenew imagesinfuturelabs

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