This quick reference page provides a summary of the specifications of the Ethical Hacking (EH) pod.
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Development was funded by the Department of Labor (DOL) Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT) Grant No. TC-22525-11-60-A-48; The National Information Security, Geospatial Technologies Consortium (NISGTC) is an entity of Collin College of Texas, Bellevue College of Washington, Bunker Hill Community College of Massachusetts, Del Mar College of Texas, Moraine Valley Community College of Illinois, Rio Salado College of Arizona, and Salt Lake Community College of Utah.
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You may request virtual machine templates for the Ethical Hacking pod from CSSIA.
A description of the virtual machines in the Ethical Hacking Pod is provided in the table below.
|EH_Master_VM_1||Windows 2003 SQL|
|EH_Master_VM_2||Windows 2008 Server|
|EH_Master_VM_3||Backtrack 5 (Internal)|
|EH_Master_VM_4||Microsoft Windows XP Pro|
|EH_Master_VM_5||Windows 2003 Firewall|
|EH_Master_VM_7||Backtrack 5 (External)|
The Center for Systems Security and Information Assurance (CSSIA) provides virtual machine templates to install on the pod.
To request access to the preconfigured virtual machine templates from CSSIA: