Time
2 hours 25 minutes
Difficulty
Beginner
CEU/CPE
3

Video Transcription

00:00
and last module we did our H i. D spoofing lab.
00:03
Now we'll be moving on to our malicious file slash could lab.
00:07
But first we'll talk about what you'll need.
00:11
Eso in this lab. You'll need a standard USB flash drive. Really, any size should work. We're gonna be using a very tiny file, so I don't anticipate anybody running out of space.
00:24
You'll need Internet access. If you want to download a text editor,
00:28
you'll need a machine with some sort of Windows operating system. Um,
00:33
it's really any operating Windows operating system. Should work with this
00:38
this file and you'll need some sort of text. Senator will be using no pet plus plus. And really, any text editor should work. It's just I'll be using that if you want to follow along.
00:51
So let's, uh, let me switch screens here,
00:56
Okay? So if you weren't falling along in the first lab, let me just show you real quick where you can get the text editors. So we'll be using no pet plus plus.
01:06
And to get that tech center, you goto no pad dash plus stash plus dot org's slash download
01:11
and, uh, today as arrest today the current version is 7.6 point two,
01:19
and this for, of course, one does machines, and they have the 32 bit urgent and they 64 bit versions.
01:26
So go ahead, download and follow the prompts to install.
01:30
If you prefer sublime text, say heavy mech O. R a. Lennox machine, you go to sublime tex dot com slash three. That should take you down with Paige,
01:42
and they also have a Windows version, if you for Windows version.

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