Currently, those interested in learning how to professionally conduct Information System Penetration Tests have very little options available to them - they can either illegally attack Internet-connected systems, or create their own PenTest Lab. For those who prefer to avoid legal complications, they really only have the last option - a lab. However, this can be a very complicated and expensive alternative. In addition, scenarios have to be created that actually represent real-world scenarios; for a beginner this is a Catch-22 since they don't yet have the experience to even know what these scenarios might look like, let alone design them in a challenging way. In order to provide a simply way for both beginners and experts to improve their skills in Penetration Testing, I have designed what is, in effect, a Turn-Key Pen Test Lab using LiveCDs and minimal equipment requirements. The LiveCDs each represent different scenarios that mimic real-world systems and services, which provide essential challenges to improve critical skills in the field of Pen Testing.
Secdocs is a project aimed to index high-quality IT security and hacking documents. These are fetched from multiple data sources: events, conferences and generally from interwebs.
Serving 8166 documents and 531.0 GB of hacking knowledge, indexed from 2419 authors from 163 security conferences.