Exercises will be licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
Additional information will be forthcoming and posted here regarding the status and timeline for the availability of exercises.
CyberExplorations integrates both the CyberExplorations Learning Modules and the DARDICKVMS. The DARDICKVMS is a self-contained technology classroom/laboratory maintenance and provisioning system for Virtual Machine subnets that can be accessed by a multitude of devices. Access can be provided via the Internet, locally within a physical lab and/or via WiFi.
The Virtual Machine subnets provides each user a Virtual System containing multiple Windows and/or Linux Virtual Machines (VMs) behind an individual firewall IDS/IPS VM as part of the Virtual System. The laboratory can consist of up to 250 multiple Virtual Systems which are individually accessed by users utilizing the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP). The one-time investment costs per Virtual System are approximately $150.
The Virtual Machines (VMs) within the Virtual Machine subnets are intended for the teaching and research of Cybersecurity, Cyber Forensics and other STEM areas.
The DARDICKVMS interface is designed to be maintained by teachers or lab assistants to provision the Virtual Systems within a classroom, laboratory or seminar environment. Users of the Virtual Systems can be in class or online and are typically within secondary and higher education institutions as well professionals in hands-on seminars and workshops.