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  • #25369

    lnevin
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    Hi all,

    Just started the course. Are there any Tutorials on Virtual Lab setups for doing some hands on work? or can you recommend any free ones to use?

    Thanks

    Liam

    #25377

    DrOetcker
    Participant

    Depends on what u want to learn ? here some string points. Webgoat Damn vulnerable Web apps Metasploitable(sry no link on hand) and Hack.me
    hope it helps

    #25379

    lnevin
    Participant

    Basically trying to refresh myself on the security side of things. I used to do a lot of “root this box” capture the flag style competitions and hackthissite.org etc but since becoming a full time developer I’ve moved away from the security and pen testing side of things but want to get back into it (mainly as a hobby).

    So basically any sort of Virtual Lab that I can run alongside Kali in Virtualbox to play around with exploits that I have missed in the past 6-7 years of being away from Pen Testing

    I will certainly look at those links and see what they offer thanks

    #25401

    BeNe
    Participant

    You can take a look at –> https://www.vulnhub.com
    There are many VM´s to download and play with it. Some has a “Walkthrough” – if you can´t find a way in…
    It is up-to-date and a good ressource.

    #25443

    lnevin
    Participant

    Excellent BeNe – this is the sort of thing I was looking for. Very interesting names too like “Fartknocker” haha

    Thanks as well DrOetcker good places to start again. I think I may have played around with Metasploitable in the past when following the book “Hacking with Kali” – they have a good lab setup tutorial too if you are interested in setting one up for yourselves. Great info to refresh myself

    Thanks again all

    #25597

    812teck
    Participant

    Thanks for the links!

    #25737

    ghostshellgnome
    Participant

    There is also overthewire.org. I’m not sure how advanced it gets, but I was told it is pretty good. I have been working on the first set of missions, as I have just started it a few days ago.

    #25745

    Nilesh Soni
    Participant

    Thanks

    #25926

    lnevin
    Participant

    There is also overthewire.org

    Interesting! The challenges on overthewire.org I’ve had in the past when I was really into it all (when I had waaaay too much time on my hands haha). This will be really useful in refreshing me. Thanks for that I had no idea these were still available online. Beauty of it is I can’t even remember the solutions

    Thanks for that

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