lab1-r1 - CS6265InformationSecurityLab Fall2009

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Unformatted text preview: CS6265InformationSecurityLab Fall2009 Lab:1.Introductiontosecuritytools&networkmonitoring Revision:r1 Assigned:24Aug2009 Summary:Inthislab,youwillcreatevirtualmachineimageswithdifferent operatingsystemsusedthroughouttherestoftheclass.Withtheseimages,youwill usevariousnetworkmonitoringandpenetrationtestingtools. Teaming:Workingroupsoftwo.Eachgroupshouldhaveanaccountonatleastone newlabsystem. Preparation: ReadtheGeorgiaTechComputerandNetworkUsagePolicy http://www.security.gatech.edu/policy/usage/ ReadabouttheBackTrackLinuxdistributionat http://www.remoteexploit.org/backtrack.html Part1:VMcreation YouwilluseVMwaretocreatetwovirtualmachineimageswiththefollowing softwaredistributions: BackTrackLinux(Ubuntubased) Ubuntu9.04server Learntheprocessofhowtocreatevirtualmachines,asImayaskyoutocreatenew imagesinfuturelabs. 1.1 InstallingBackTrackLinux BackTrackisaLinuxdistributionwithusefulsecuritysoftwarepreinstalled.This systemwillactasourmaintestingsystemthroughoutthesemester. CopytheDVDinstallationimagetoyourlocalsystemasdirectedbytheinstructor. CreateaVMimagerunningBackTrack: VMname:BackTrack Guestoperatingsystem:Linux Version:Ubuntu Diskcapacity:8GB Storevirtualdiskassinglefile Memory:512MB Opticaldrive:theisoimageoftheinstallationmedia Floppydrive:none Onceyoucreatetheimage,bootthevirtualmachine.Keepinmindthatyouare bootingfromthevirtualDVDandthatyoustillneedtoinstallthedistributionto yourvirtualharddisk.Thesystemshouldboottoatextconsolewithrootaccess. [email protected]:~# startx Starttheprograminstall.sh Youwillseeawarningaboutlanguages,justclick"continue" Enterinformationasrequested Whentheinstallationcompletes,ejectthevirtualDVDusingtheVMware interface,andthenrestartthesystem YounowhaveaworkinginstallationofBackTrack. Loginasyournewlycreateduser Createarootpassword Type sudo su Typeyouruserpassword Type passwd Enteranewrootpassword. BackTrackhasnetworkingdisabledbydefault.ToenablenetworkingbyDHCP: /etc/init.d/networking start YoumayprefertoassignastaticIPaddresstothissystem. ifconfig eth0 <IP address> netmask 255.255.255.0 route add default gw <gateway IP address> TheIPaddressinthefirstlineistheaddressthatyouwishtousefortheBackTrack system.Thisshouldbeginwith192.168.TheIPaddressinthesecondlineistheIP addressoftheVMwarevirtualNICofyourhostUbuntusystem.Youcandiscover thisaddressbyrunningifconfigonyourhostsystem. 1.2 InstallingUbuntuserver UbuntuisawidespreadLinuxdistribution.Youwillcreateaserverinstallationthat willserveasanexperimentalsystemthroughoutthesemester. CopytheCDinstallationimagetoyourlocalsystemasdirectedbytheinstructor. CreateaVMimageinamannersimilartotheBackTrackinstallation.Inthe "softwareselection"screen,selecteverythingfrom"DNSserver"through"Tomcat Javaserver".Remember,youhavenooutsidenetworkaccess,soyoumustinstallall softwarefromtheCDimage. LeavetheMySQLpasswordblank. Setmailserviceto"Internet". 1.3 Virtualnetworkingchecks Youshouldhaveavirtualnetworkrunningamongthreesystems:yourdesktop Ubuntuinstallation,yourBackTrackVM,andyourUbuntuserverVM.Ensurethat thethreesystemsareabletocommunicatebypingingfromonesystemtoeach othersystem. Q1.Demonstratetotheinstructorthatyournetworkingfunctionsandthatyouare abletopingeachsystem. Part2.Networkmonitoring BackTrackincludesanextensivecollectionofmonitoringandanalysistoolsuseful tosecurityresearchers.Startupyourvirtualmachines,andswitchtoyour BackTracksystem.Openaterminal,changetothedirectory/pentest,andstart lookingthroughtheavailablesoftware. ...
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