Overview

The CybrScore Open Source Collection lab is aimed to familiarize students with the advanced functionality of Google, default webpages used for web-servers, and the specifics of the Google Hacking database. This allows the students to understand how open source information can be used for exploitation purposes.

Upon successful completion of the CybrScore Open Source Collection lab, the student will be able to use the advance functionality of Google to collect open source information. The student will be able to open directories on webservers with .edu domains, via Google. In the CybrScore Open Source Collection lab, students will be able to use Google to search for potentially sensitive files and conduct Google queries looking for the presence of webservers with default configurations enabled. In the CybrScore Open Source Collection lab, students will be able to use Google to search for robots.txt files and get acquainted with the Google Hacking Database. The CybrScore Open Source Collection lab takes approximately 2 hours to complete for most students.

In the CybrScore Open Source Collection lab, students will search for the Parent Directory by web crawling to find web-facing directories that perhaps should not be there. The student will then look for sensitive information.

In the CybrScore Open Source Collection lab, students will learn how to use Google, a highly valuable tool to craft good queries, searching for specific strings, and analyzing these results and seeing how a hacker could us this open information for malicious purposes.

In the CybrScore Open Source Collection lab, students will learn how to find devices and applications on the internet by finding pages of web-facing applications that are not yet configured.

Completion of the CybrScore Open Source Collection lab means that the student has demonstrated the ability use the advance functionality of Google to collect open source information. The student will be able to open directories on webservers with .edu domains, via Google, use Google to search for potentially sensitive files, and conduct Google queries looking for the presence of webservers with default configurations enabled.

The CybrScore Open Source Collection lab is presented by Cybrary and was created by CybrScore. CybrScore is a fully immersive, experience-based, hands-on training catalog designed to help people to learn security, by doing. This continuously evolving suite of hands-on labs will teach security professionals how to become efficient and effective at conducting security tasks. CybrScore Open Source Collection lab provides that persistent training, with the analytics and reporting (via Cybrary) to ensure that you and your teams are continually improving. This labs is quick to perform, up to date and fun to interact with.