Note #1: This is the first edition of these Labs. Each lab has been tested by PhDs, so we have ideas on its execution time for graduate students. However, execution time for undergraduate students is totally unknown. It would be very valuable if you could note down the time you arrive at the end of each section and share it in the provided Google forms
Note #2: The Lab instructions are provided as PDF and GoogleDocs. The Google docs have, experimental feature this year, comments enabled for students. Comments can be of course anonymous, constructive comments (e.g., parts that are unclear/difficult) are welcome (thanks!).
Note #3: At the end of the course an anonymous questionnaire will be handed out to students (Google form). The goal is that 100% of students fill this questionnaire (so you will be filling the form in 15min of the last course before the exam). The questionnaire is more detailed that any similar questionnaire by Formation Initiale (FI) so this feedback is very precious for the evolution of the course (thanks!)
Lab01 – Certificates, TLS and VPNs
The lab is carried on a ready-to-use Virtual Machine running Linux. The VM is available right-away in the Lab room, but is made available if students want to test the lab on their own device (VirtualBox vdi and vbox files).
- The description and instruction of the Lab is available as a GoogleDoc or as a PDF
- Please share your lab timing in this GoogleForm
Lab02 – Firewall and perimeter security
(Work in progress; links are broken by design)
The lab is carried on over a ready-to-use network composed of linux routers, servers and clients, emulated with Netkit User Mode Linux (UML). The firewall lab can be run in the Lab rooms, or in any Linux device, by simply using the patched version of Netkit and the lab configuration