Goatboy wrote:I'd dedicate one box to be a Linux server hosting web pages, like you had mentioned. That way you can practice programming, web app security, etc. Another cool thing you could start experimenting with is network-based attacks. MitM yourself, try to DoS one of the boxes, etc.
mitt3ns wrote:I'm just wondering though... is there a way to put a "fake active user" on a pc? No point in running my packet programs if there's no packets to capture, ya know? And I would rather not jump pc-to-pc knowing exactly where I'm going to be browsing.
cruisegirl713 wrote:mitt3ns, I am planning to do the same with a friend in my apartment, however it seems we only have two computers, one that we'll install linux off of, do you think that's enough? I haven't started picking up books yet but I've been reading up on google and going to find a guideline book. My intentions were to attack my own network as suggested earlier.
Post your results here And when we get our network set up I will do the same.
Btw, do you recommend Mint Linux or which versions should be considered? I tried Ubuntu once,
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