New Version Available
Thank you for your interest in NDG Security+ v3. A new version of this lab set is available. NDG Security+ v4.
The NDG Security+ v3 labs are scheduled to be deprecated and end of life (EOL) as of December 1st, 2022. After this date, access to the labs will no longer be sold. As of January 1st, 2023 the labs will be closed for renewals and new enrollments, and the labs will be removed from the service entirely on June 1st, 2023.
Security+ labs focus on the principles and best practices in network security. Students gain hands-on practice in the skills needed to secure a network and prepare for industry certification. Security+ is a vendor-neutral certification that proves competency in network security and risk management.
|Lab 01: Investigating ARP Poisoning|
|Lab 02: Password Cracking with Linux|
|Lab 03: Password Cracking with Windows|
|Lab 04: Performing Active Reconnaissance with Windows|
|Lab 05: Performing Active Reconnaissance with Linux|
|Lab 06: Wireless Networking Attack and Mitigation Techniques|
|Lab 07: Analyze and Differentiate Types of Attacks and Mitigations Techniques|
|Lab 08: Analyze and Differentiate Types of Malware and Application Attacks|
|Lab 09: Analyzing Types of Web Application Attacks|
|Lab 10: Basic Command Line Tool Techniques|
|Lab 11: Configuring a Network-Based Firewall|
|Lab 12: Identifying and Analyzing Network/Host Intrusion Detection System Alerts|
|Lab 13: Secure Network Administration Principles Log Analysis|
|Lab 14: Implementing Common Protocols and Services for Basic Security Practices|
|Lab 15: Working with Android|
|Lab 16: Connecting to a Remote System|
|Lab 17: Capturing Network Traffic|
|Lab 18: Incident Response Procedures|
|Lab 19: Cryptography Concepts|
|Lab 20: Configuring a RADIUS Server with Windows|
|Lab 21: Windows Server Group Policy Object|
|Lab 22: Linux Account Management|
|Lab 23: PKI Management with Windows|
|Lab 24: Performing Backups|
|Lab 25: Securing Data with Encryption Software|
NDG Online provides technical support specifically related to the functionality of the lab environment only. Any questions or concerns regarding the learning material or lab content must be directed to your instructor. Self-paced learners who find they require additional support are encouraged to seek out a course at a local academic institution.