VirtualBox on Ubuntu / Inner workings of a Darknet

June Meeting: VirtualBox on Ubuntu / Inner workings of a Darknet

Date: June 7, 2011 at 7 p.m.
Location: Algonquin College (Woodroffe Campus), room T117

Virtualbox on Ubuntu: Building Sandboxes in my Basement

After struggling for a long time, trying to create an Oracle database cluster (RAC), I've finally succeeded in creating my own testing environment. I would like to share the process of creating multiple sandboxes using the latest releases of Ubuntu (11.04) and VirtualBox (4.0). The presentation would be a mix of live demos and slides, giving an overview on Virtual Machines (VM) and touching on specific setup options and commands. I will try to cover all this material in under an hour.

Speaker: Guy Quesnel (Professional Oracle DBA and Linux hobbyist)

The Inner Workings Of A Darknet While Hosting An International Capture The Flag Challenge (CTF).

Overview: Jeff Green will demonstrate and reveal the inner workings of an active darknet while the biggest Group51.org CTF is underway. Key sub topics will include: Virtualization, Network security, monitoring, system administration tips and the key services used to keep things going.


Finding the Meeting Location

http://maps.google.com/maps?q=Algonquin+College-Woodroffe,+Canada
http://www.algonquincollege.com/main/yourAlgonquinTab/directions/woodroffeMap.htm

Algonquin College is close to the corner of Woodroffe and Baseline and right across from the Baseline transitway station. Room T117 is in Building T. Free parking is available in lots 8, 9 and 12 after 5pm.



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