|SoftVulnSec Lab Environment|
Related Security Research
Lab start: 09.19.2016
In the lab, we run Linux (Ubuntu for those that are interested) on a student server that is "safely" coupled off the Internet so that you can experiment with your tools.
One lab box is remotely accessible for you through
masta.seclab.ccs.neu.edu (22.214.171.124) via ssh. WAIT! Don't ssh yet!
Host bandit Hostname 126.96.36.199 Port 10001 HostKeyAlias banditIf you have edited your ssh_config file, then ssh bandit should do it.
Changing your password
It is good practice to change your password once you get your account. We might try to crack your password so do change it.
Reading your e-mail on the servers
You will submit your challenge solutions using e-mail on the lab machines. Submission from any other server will not work. You will also receive automated feedback from our submission system (e.g., information about your submission, grading, success/failure, etc.) to your lab account. In order for you to be able to read your mails, we have installed alpine and mutt on the SoftVulnSec server. Feel free to use anything you prefer (e.g., the UNIX mail command for the experts/geeks should also do it :-)).
Last Modified: Mon Dec 5 23:04:15 EST 2016
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