Well not really, but I’m going to write a series of posts that will all tie together, which can be a very useful tool for anyone interested in having a security home lab, or even in a new or established security operations centre.
I am going to be using open source software, and showing how they can be used together and create a pretty awesome environment, that in my opinion rivals or if not better than many of the paid and expensive tools in the security industry.
Over the next few weeks and months, I will create guides for the following.
I’m not necessary going to create guides in the order listed above, however I will be starting with cuckoo.
Cuckoo is a fun place to start as you can get a pretty awesome malware sandbox analysis tool up and running in a fairly short amount of time, and see real results and benefits from it. There are so many ways you can customise it and get it working for how you want it in your own environment. Why pay a 3rd party for your malware analysis when you can have a free and powerful version of your own.
Anyhow, enough jibber jabbing. Time for the first update!