Incident Handling Exercises are available as part of the following subscription:


Each subscription provides 6 months of access to over 75 Different Exercises. Each exercise contains a Scenario, Objectives, and individual step by step tasks to guide the user through all steps necessary to complete the exercise.

Lab exercises are included for:

  • Trojans and Backdoors
  • Computer Forensics Investigation Process
  • Understanding Hard Disks and File Systems
  • Forensics Investigation Using AccessData FTK
  • Forensics Investigation Using EnCase
  • Log Capturing and Event Correlation

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A Trojan is a program that contains malicious or harmful code inside apparently harmless programming or data in such a way that it can get control and cause damage, such as ruining the file allocation table on a hard disk…..(Read More)
The computer forensics investigation process is a methodological approach of preparing for an investigation, collecting and analyzing digital evidence, and managing the case from the reporting of the crime until to the case’s conclusion…..(Read More)
While investigating a computer-based crime, it is most important to understand hard disks and filesystems, as these are the major sources of data storage. People usually delete their tracks after committing a crime with a computer…..(Read More)
Forensics investigation involves the acquisition, preservation, analysis, and presentation of computer evidence. This type of evidence is fragile in nature and can easily, even inadvertently be altered, destroyed….(Read More)
EnCase® Forensic solution, lets examiners acquire data from a wide variety of devices, unearth potential evidence with disk level forensic analysis….(Read More)
Every device on a network generates some kind of logs for each and every action carried out on the network. Capturing and analyzing the log files are important tasks for investigating the security…..(Read More)

Fully patched Operating Systems/Virtual Machines used in this Set of Exercises