Cyber Range

Systems Administration

The Systems Administration lab will walk students through some of the basic functionalities and responsibilities of Linux system administration. These include provisioning and de-provisioning users, assigning special permissions to users, interacting with the VI editor, and the basics of the Bash shell among others.

The labs

Train hands-on

  • Systems Administration – Basic Commands and Help

    Learn basic RHEL commands and gain hands-on experience as you practice in the Cyber Range.

  • Systems Administration – Managing Groups

    Learn about managing user and group accounts, including creating, deleting and passwords, as you practice in the Linux Cyber Range.

  • Systems Administration – Access Control Lists

    Learn about access control lists (ACL), including file and directory ACLs, and default ACLs, as you practice in the Linux Cyber Range.

  • Systems Administration – File and Directory Permissions

    Learn about file and directory permissions as you practice in the Linux Cyber Range.

  • Systems Administration – Special Permissions

    Learn about special permissions as you practice in this Cyber Range.

  • Systems Administration – Login History and System Information

    Learn about login user and group info, history info and system info as you practice in the Linux Cyber Range.

  • Systems Administration – Bash Shell

    Learn about Bash Shell as you practice in the Linux Cyber Range.

  • Systems Administration – Using the VI editor

    Learn about the visual editor as you practice in the Linux Cyber Range.

  • Systems Administration – File and Directory Operations

    Learn about file and directory operations as you practice in the Linux Cyber Range.

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Plans & pricing

  • Infosec Skills Personal

    $299 / year

    • 190+ role-guided learning paths (e.g., Ethical Hacking, Threat Hunting)
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    $799 per license / year

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    • Custom certification practice exams (e.g., CISSP, CISA)
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This has been utilized to bridge the skills gap across our cyber team and to aid them as they prepare for their various certifications. It also has provided a nice learning foundation for our various cyber team members to utilize as we continue to find ways for cross-utilization with operations while minimizing the downtime needed to ensure everyone’s knowledge is the same.

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