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HoneyBOT (pcap Analysis)

https://cyberdefenders.org/labs/45 Contents Description Tools Questions 1. What is the attackers IP address? 2. What is the targets IP address? 3. Provide the country code for the attackers IP address (a.k.a geo-location). 4. How many TCP sessions are present in the captured traffic? 5. How long did it take to perform the attack (in seconds)? 6. No question 6 . . . 7. Provide the CVE number of the exploited vulnerability. 8.

Structured Text in OpenPLC

Introduction Structured Text Project Examples Two-Button Latching Circuit One-Button Latching Circuit with Emergency Stop Playing with Timers Steady(ish) State (e.g Temperature) Comments? Introduction After playing around with ladder logic (LL) in OpenPLC, I wanted to get a basic grip of structured text (ST). While LL is a visual method of programming PLCs, ST is a C-like language for programming PLCs, featuring well-know coding functions such as IF and WHILE.

Arduino as a PLC with OpenPLC and Ladder Logic

Introduction Getting It All Working Installation First Project Video Walkthrough Project Examples Two-Button Latching Circuit One-Button Latching Circuit with Emergency Stop Playing with Timers Steady(ish) State (e.g Temperature) Comments Introduction PLCs (programmable logic controllers) are used within the operational technology (OT) space, such as in the industrial control systems (ICS) that manage manufacturing, energy generation, and robotics. PLCs are often integrated into SCADA systems, where a PLC is used to monitor inputs (e.

Arduino Myopia Measurer

Introduction Eyesight The Project Images Circuit Diagram Code Video Conclusion Comments? Introduction I always loved tinkering with electronics - that’s why I did Electronics at A-Level and went on to do Electrical & Electronic Engineering at university. However, over the last few years, due to work, travel, and other life goings-on, I haven’t had a chance to play around. Recently I saw an Arduino kit on sale on Amazon and decided to jump back in!

Network Analysis - Web Shell

https://blueteamlabs.online/home/challenge/12 Contents Introduction Questions What is the IP responsible for conducting the port scan activity? What is the port range scanned by the suspicious host? What is the type of port scan conducted? Two more tools were used to perform reconnaissance against open ports, what were they? What is the name of the php file through which the attacker uploaded a web shell? What is the name of the web shell that the attacker uploaded?

XLM Macros (Document Analysis)

https://cyberdefenders.org/labs/55 Contents Description Helpful Tools Questions 1: Sample1: What is the document decryption password? 2. There is no question 2 . . . 3: Sample1: This document contains six hidden sheets. What are their names? Provide the value of the one starting with S. 4: Sample1: What URL is the malware using to download the next stage? 5: Sample1: What malware family was this document attempting to drop? 6: Sample2: This document has a very hidden sheet.