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I'm looking for an online training lab for pentesting/hacking and security.

I've found one at hacking-lab but it's seems troublesome to work with and it has some issues on VPN server authentication.

Someone knows about something similar?

Or something like Hackademic RTB1 and RTB2?

I wish for more resources to learn with.

thx in advance.

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  • Thx all. Well My Q is marked as off-topic. It's a difficult world for the newbie!! :). I'm just searching for what I've to learn in the cyber-security world. – Raffaello Apr 1 '14 at 5:45
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There are a few different kind of labs available. There are ones you can construct yourself in VM's such as Vulnhub and they have a lot of links to good resources there. Another site i can recommend with good resources is Pentesterlab, i tend to steer clear of the online sites such as hackme so can't give much as to online but hope these help.

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https://microcorruption.com/ is a very interesting hack challenge. Try googling for "hack challenge", there's plenty of other websites around.

If you want to do your own stuff (e.g. set up a vulnerable host or machine) you can either use a VM (free windows VMs available from microsoft at http://modern.ie) or get a free EC2 instance from amazon.

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Also search for "wargames" if you want to learn how to exploit vulnerabilities. Here is an example: http://smashthestack.org

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As you have stated that you need some online labs for Penetration Testing and learning Hacking.Here is a really exhaustive list of vulnerable VMs, Web Apps etc.You can use these VM's and easily learn the Penetration Testing.

http://www.amanhardikar.com/mindmaps/Practice.html

But as these list is too exhaustive ,i would advice you to go with OWASP BWA. https://www.owasp.org/index.php/OWASP_Broken_Web_Applications_Project It Contain's almost the most updated Vulnerable WebApps

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