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Building a Virtual Lab with VirtualBox for Penetration Testing and Hacking Tests

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Level: Intermediate
Presenter: Eli the Computer Guy
Date Created: April 12, 2013
Length of Class: 58:40
Research Assistance: Nullset Computer Co (http://nullsetcomputerco.com/)
Tracks
Hacking
Prerequisites
None
Purpose of Class
Class Notes
VirtualBox is owned by Oracle and is Opensource and Free to Use.
VirtualBox runs on All Major Operating Systems and Can Run All Major Operating Systems other then OSX.
Install VirtualBox Guest Additions to provide full functionality for your Virtual Machine
The ETCG Host Computer Specs are:
ASUS Model: CM6870US01
16 GB of RAM
1 TB 7200 RPM Hard Drive
i7 3.4 GHz Intel Processor
Creating Virtual Machines
Minimum RAM -- Your Virtual Machines will be under a light load therefore you don't have to give them a lot of RAM
Dynamic Allocation Hard Drive Space and Create a 50GB Hard Drive. This will allow the hard Drive to only use the space it needs and dynamically grow to the maximum size you have set.
Cloning Virtual Machines allows you to create a copy of a Machine before you damage it.
Sharing Folders between Virtual Machine and Host
Drag and Drop allows you to drag files from the Host to the Virtual Machine and Vice Versa
Shared Folders allows you to connect to folders on the Host from the Virtual Machine
Network Configurations
NAT -- Creates a basic Virtual Network with DHCP and DNS that allows Virtual Machines to connect to the Internet or outside network.
Bridged -- Makes it so that the Virtual Machine appears to be directly connected to the LAN with all functionality as if it is.
Internal -- Allows you to completely segment your Lab Network so that the Virtual Machines cannot connect to the LAN unless a Virtual Router is configured to do so.
You may create a Virtual Router using an OS such as m0n0wall or Smoothwall and connect multiple network connections to provide more complicated Network layouts.
Connecting to Optical Drive or ISO File allows you to Boot off of a "LiveCD" for a Virtual Machine.
Corrections
Lab Setup Used in Demonstration
The ETCG Host Computer Specs are:
ASUS Model: CM6870US01
16 GB of RAM
1 TB 7200 RPM Hard Drive
i7 3.4 GHz Intel Processor
Resources
https://www.virtualbox.org/
http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Asus+-+Desktop+-+16GB+Memory+-+1TB+Hard+Drive/8573174.p?id=1218878157641&skuId=8573174
http://www.elithecomputerguy.com/2013/04/12/setting-up-a-virtual-network-for-pentesting/
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Joshua Bruton
(14 days ago)
In SA an i7 can cost about 10000 rand (1000 dollars). As much as your
entire PC xD.
Jon Jaramillo (2 days ago)
I'm studying information technology security at my local community college.
Would practicing with this give me the hands on experience I would need to
know for the real world?
Zulkifal Ahmad (1 day ago)
I have 2gb processor, can I use the hacking method for it
Project:Void (12 days ago)
Could you just use a virtual computer for everything, without every using
the physical one?
Andrzej Wójtowicz (1 month ago)
I gave this 3 likes already.
Gr0ck (28 days ago)
Do drivers for the display/internet/etc. install on the virtual box server,
or do they run off the drivers from the host computer. Tried dual boot with
Linux but a lot of my hardware does not work as it should, so I'm thinking
virtual box would be better.
CG Gamerboy (5 months ago)
im using a pentium 4 1.70Ghz 1.70GB ram 40GB Hdd nvidia geforce 6200 256mb
and i can run 12 VB os's without problems but you know haters gona comment
on here anyways but yea 
Unknown Mask (3 months ago)
and great video thank very much 
Michael Zhang (9 months ago)
We are even so poor i cant afford that! We got a used pc for €0,00 Euros
with 512 MB of RAM and a 600 MHz Pentium III Processor with a 10 GB Hard
Drive seagate with Windows XP and that's why I hate 2014
PJ Khamis (3 months ago)
virtual lamb? lol
Scoop c (7 months ago)
any chance at all you'd do a vid on setting up Virtual Box's in that
software? I'm just lost. I'm no tech person but always wanted to learn and
I love your style - grounded and simple and earthy. I think maybe I could
learn from you. You seem to take things a step at a time. so, I am new to
Ubuntu, just out of Windows my whole life, but still learning. VB allows me
to use software I still need access to daily, that will not run on Linux.
Someone set up VB for me during the Ubuntu install (done for me) and I made
a few clones and all was great till I upgraded to Ubuntu 14. Now I have to
set up the VBoxes all over! And the dude never showed me how he did it.
Tutorials have me lost cuz I've never installed an OS but I also know
installing in VB is like a couple minutes. I have disks I was given and a
couple torrents, one of Xp and the other of Mint, Cin, cuz I want to learn
that too but I don't know how to make VB go for my OS software. I think
I'me getting lost in lingo. Maybe I'm juts too green to ever learn. :( I'll
be going through your other vids so thanks for making these. They're
awesome and I hope to learn, finally, about these machines and what runs
them, and how to wokum. 
Caliber-Training (2 months ago)
Nice explanation man :)
AshKetchumvictor (4 months ago)
That guy is rich. He would pay for Windows Server 2012 just to experiment
at home and do Youtube videos.
Einstein Wallah (7 months ago)
one more unflattering comment: I hope you do read these because otherwise
no point of us taking time to make these honest comments ... your suggested
hardware is already not available at bestbuy so why not update description
and suggest more current options or make periodically a video specifically
giving more current recs for various hardware suggestions you make in
various videos and insert links in descriptions ... please reduce the video
sizes to 30 mins and do some kind of "audience testing" to improve before
uploading ... for example you can privately send some of us a video before
you upload so that unnecessary fluff is removed and vague ramblings is
replaced by specific and clear advice ... for hardware recs: giving
rationale behind recs gives more options and your advice has longer shelf
life because using rationale one can figure out what to buy
Konrad Kostrzewa (6 months ago)
1 GB of ram is enough for any linux and windows XP -
but windows 7 vista and 8 and above need 2 or 3 i actually tested this on 4
actual computers
Ozzie Gorb (9 months ago)
27:10 WUUUT? I CAN MAKE A VIRTUAL LAMB?
David Sanchez (1 month ago)
awesome man
Jasonguyperson (4 months ago)
Eli - Thanks man. Just... Thank you. You're awesome for doing this for us.
I'm really starting to enjoy "hacking" as a hobby (tinkering with
networking). It's so much fun! THANK YOU BROTHA!
Blake Wooley (4 months ago)
I wonder how you pronounce Asus anyways
is it Asoos, or Asuhs?
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