Investigating a Network Compromise Lab

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A network compromise is when your system is attacked and an attacker has a foothold over the operating system and has performed various actions such as installing back doors, modifying the file system, and created log file entries. It is critical for you to be able to know what the indicators of a network compromise are and know how to respond to o...

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2 hours
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Intermediate
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Overview

A network compromise is when your system is attacked and an attacker has a foothold over the operating system and has performed various actions such as installing back doors, modifying the file system, and created log file entries. It is critical for you to be able to know what the indicators of a network compromise are and know how to respond to one.

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