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Re: Attack Server
From: TAS <p0wnsauc3 () gmail com>
Date: Wed, 8 Sep 2010 22:21:48 +0530

Hey Kurt,

I end up responding to most of your emails :)

If you are also looking at setting up vulnerable web applications in the lab then have a look at a comprehensive list 
complied at

Http://securitythoughts.wordpress.com

TASQ



On Sep 8, 2010, at 20:34, "Kurt M. John" <kurt.md.john () gmail com> wrote:

Hey Guys,

I got another one for you. I'm looking to create a combination
attack/testing server. The idea here is to have a server than can
perform remote analysis and attacks (and perform such services as tftp).
The server will also double as a testing server. Ideally I'd like to
have a few VMs on there such as Damn Vulnerable Linux (for training) and
Windows Server 2003 (for fine-tuning attacks before launching it against
client systems).

Currently the server has the following hardware specs: 4gigs of ram and
1TB of space. 

If you guys have any suggestions or links/documents which offer a good
setup for what I described that would be great.

Initial software I'm thinking includes:

Windows Server 2003 
VMWare Workstation     
     Helix     Backtrack4     Damn Vulnerable Linux     Windows XP, 7 


Thanks Guys

Kurt M. John, CISA, C|EH, CPT
http://www.applisoft.net





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