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Automated Network Scanning ! Update

Our Progress The Automated Network Scanning ! team ran into several issues writing our scanner. The first approach we took was incredibly slow and inefficient, as we scanned every host with a separate Nmap scan. This meant that our program had to start up a new Nmap process every time. While this approach worked well […]

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Windows IoT, Vulscan, and Other Problematic Programs

Introduction Last time we touched base, we described our journey into starting our work at the LCDI and our growth as interns, as well as some of the things we learned so far. Today, however, we wanted to touch on a different subject. Many forget that the mistakes, accidents, hiccups, and small failures of any […]

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Network Automation Update 2

Introduction The Network Automation script has evolved and flourished with each new idea. The scanner has some awesome new features, too! Through this blog post, we plan on elaborating on the process. We’ll also highlight some cool features and services that our Pis have. Changes to the Network Automation Scanner Over the past few weeks, […]

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VPN/Proxy Chain Update 1

Introduction With each passing day, privacy is growing into a larger public concern. The goal of this project is to experiment with ways to combine the usage of a Virtual Private Network (VPN) with chained proxies to create a more private internet connection. Our team is exploring possible configurations and implementations. VPN vs. Proxy The […]

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Raspberry Pi Cyber Final Report

The Raspberry pi cyber report is up! Last semester, the LCDI team worked on a project using Raspberry Pi Cyber. We are very excited to announce that the project is now complete. If you had followed the team’s progress throughout the last semester, you are probably looking forward to the final report. Well, here it […]

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Raspberry Pi Honeypot Network

IntroDUCTION As we reach the end of our project, we have learned a great deal about the Raspberry Pi, as well as honeypots and their place in cyber security. There is still much to be done and the Raspberry Pi Cyber Internship Team is hard at work deliberating on how to ¬†expand the scope of […]

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