Cyrange is a Cyber Range platform that allows to automatically deploy and provision virtual machines to run scenarios involving hundreds of machines and users. All machines are then accessible through a web interface...

Compared to other Cyber Range platforms, cyrange has:

  1. the possibility to configure the guest system during deployment;
  2. the possibility to perform bulk deployments, for all trainees of a class for example;
  3. a built-in integration with Apache Guacamole web interface, which allows users to easily access the screen and keyboard (mouse) of the virtual machines using any web browser.

Our Cyber Range system also uses scenario descriptors to automatically:

  1. deploy and configure the virtual machines;
  2. configure required virtual networks;
  3. install additional software;
  4. configure the web interface such that trainees and teachers can easily access their machines.

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A light NAT router and DHCP server with Alpine Linux

Alpine Linux is a very light Linux distribution, that can run with less than 100MB of harddisk space. Here is how to configure Alpine Linux to run as a NAT router and DHCP server.

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Orchestration script to simulate user activity on multiple machines thanks to the GHOSTS framework

The GHOSTS Framework is an open-source project created by Dustin Updyke, a cybersecurity researcher from the Carnegie Mellon University. It's a framework which offers a way to simulate user activity, usually for cyber awareness trainings or research in the field of cyber defense.

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Cyrange : firewall configuration

The cyrange Cyber Range is composed of multiple docker containers. After installation, here is how to configure your firewall to allow communication between the different components...

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Create your own VM image for the Cyber Range

cyrange is a Cyber Range platform built on top of VirtualBox. It brings some some additional features to support education and training:

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Installing the cyrange Cyber Range platform

cyrange is a Cyber Range platform built on top of VirtualBox. Like some other tools, it has a web interface that allows to deploy and manage virtual machines.

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Cyber Range release 0.0.22

Today we released version 0.0.22 of our Cyber Range tool.

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This week we presented two papers at the International Conference on Military Communications and Information Systems (ICMCIS) in Budva, Montenegro:

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