DNS Fundamentals & Security for CERTs
          - Introduction -


              Chris Evans
               Delta Risk, LL...
In-Class Network



Please connect to the class network:
• SSID: ROC-WAP
• Key: cctld-wap!

-or-
• Wire into the switch in...
Welcome

• 1st Joint Cyber Security Workshop
   – Welcome to Day 3 – DNS Fundamentals & Security


• Thank You!
   – Forum...
About Me…


 • Chris Evans, CEH
   Delta Risk, LLC
   cevans@delta-risk.net




                           •   Strategic C...
About You…

• Name?
• Where are you from?
• Any specific experience with the Domain Name
  System – Operations or Security...
Course Overview

• Day 3 : 0900 – 1730
   0900 – 1030 : DNS Operational Fundamentals
   1030 – 1100 : Coffee Break
   1100...
In-Class Network

• Wireless Access
  – SSID: ROC-WAP
  – Key: cctld-wap!
• Server: 192.168.75.130
• Our Attack Machine: 1...
In-Class Files

• See the Wiki – 192.168.75.130 – for downloads
   – SSH Client
   – MS Terminal Services Client


• You w...
Class Architecture




                     See Wiki
                      for IPs




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QUESTIONS BEFORE WE
BEGIN…?

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Day 2 Dns Cert 2 Dns Fundamentals

  1. 1. DNS Fundamentals & Security for CERTs - Introduction - Chris Evans Delta Risk, LLC 7 March 2010 1
  2. 2. In-Class Network Please connect to the class network: • SSID: ROC-WAP • Key: cctld-wap! -or- • Wire into the switch in the middle of the room 2
  3. 3. Welcome • 1st Joint Cyber Security Workshop – Welcome to Day 3 – DNS Fundamentals & Security • Thank You! – Forum of Incident Response & Security Teams (FIRST) – ICANN • Ms. Yurie Ito – INTERPOL • Mr. Vincent Danjean & Mr. Charles Njiri 3
  4. 4. About Me… • Chris Evans, CEH Delta Risk, LLC cevans@delta-risk.net • Strategic Consulting & Policy Development • Operational Concept Development • Security Program Assessment • Advising technology development • Cyber Exercises - Planning & Execution • Training Programs & Courseware • Expert Witness Services http://www.delta-risk.net 4
  5. 5. About You… • Name? • Where are you from? • Any specific experience with the Domain Name System – Operations or Security? 5
  6. 6. Course Overview • Day 3 : 0900 – 1730 0900 – 1030 : DNS Operational Fundamentals 1030 – 1100 : Coffee Break 1100 – 1200 : DNS Organization & Policy 1200 – 1330 : Lunch 1330 – 1500 : Threat Demonstrations & Mitigation Strategies 1500 – 1530 : Afternoon Tea 1530 – 1700 : Threat Demonstrations & Mitigation Strategies 1700 – 1730 : Questions & Answers / Course Evaluation 6
  7. 7. In-Class Network • Wireless Access – SSID: ROC-WAP – Key: cctld-wap! • Server: 192.168.75.130 • Our Attack Machine: 192.168.85.5 • Our Targets – NameServer: 192.168.101.10 – Registry System: 192.168.101.50 – Web-Mail System: 192.168.101.50 – You – or rather, your Windows VM or host… 7
  8. 8. In-Class Files • See the Wiki – 192.168.75.130 – for downloads – SSH Client – MS Terminal Services Client • You will be given access to: – Ubuntu 9.04 Desktop Virtual Machine • Web Console Access – see wiki for links • SSH with X11 forwarding, for advanced users • Caching Nameserver – Windows Server 2008 Terminal Server • MS Terminal Server Client • For the Malicious Use scenario 8
  9. 9. Class Architecture See Wiki for IPs 9
  10. 10. QUESTIONS BEFORE WE BEGIN…? 10

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