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Re: Virus Research LAb Setup.......
From: Alice Bryson <abryson () bytefocus com>
Date: Thu, 16 Feb 2006 10:51:44 +0800

hi, there
    I have worked in a anti-virus lab. In that lab, I have 4 pc, 1 for
office work, the other 3 for viruses research.
    offic pc connects to office netowrk, which connects to Internet. 1
of virus research pc is used to auto reproduce virus, the other 2 used
to manually research or reproduce. All of the 3 virus research pc are
connected to an standalone netowrk, which could keep viruses from
public network.



15 Feb 2006 06:15:20 -0000, he4h00k () yahoo co in <he4h00k () yahoo co in>:
Hi All,

I want to setup a lab for virus research.
Can anyone suggest me sme documentations and links for this purpose.

I know some basic methods using vmware and all.
But I have to set it up again and again if i want to do the same job for some other virus.

Can anyone provide me some documenattion or links and/or network diagrams for the same.

Bye,
Mac

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