Range FAQ

Range FAQ

FAQ
1. How can I help?

Volunteer by attending one of our Cyber Range development meetings. https://nac-issa.org/NAC_Events.asp?Grid=All Look for "Cyber Range Development". We keep a list of active issues we need assistance with in the Issues section below.

We also need setup assistance when conducting in-person events to help setup equipment and laptops for CTF contestants and training students.

2. Does this cost anything?
No, our Cyber Range uses all opensource software and it is our way of making it very cost effective so anyone can duplicate our setup.

3. Do you offer the Cyber Range online or in person?
We can offer both.

4. When is your next CTF competition?
Please review our local events page. Sign ups will be listed there. We anticipate having regular CTF events ready beginning with the 3rd QTR of 2021 - sooner with more community involvement

5. When is your next training event?
Please review our local events page. Sign ups will be listed there. We anticipate having training available beginning with the the 3rd QTR of 2021 - sooner with more community involvement

ISSUES
1. We need beta testers for our CTF event.
2. Rebrand Cyber Range entry page by updating java jar file with correct logos.
3. Install/test/run labtainers for training (Docker/Kubernetes preferred)
4. Install/test/run CyberCIEGE for training via labtainers
5. Script user account setup using Ansible.
     a. Add user account to AD/FreeIPA
     b. Setup user account on Guacamole server
     c. Add user connection from Guacamole to appropriate server
     d. Add VNC session to server (if needed)
6. Test Github docker projects and find possible CTF platforms for use.
7. Setup wiki in Gitlab for documentation
8. Setup repos in Gitlab for docker images and Ansible code
9. Add repos to Satellite for Centos and Ubuntu
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