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We have spent the last 9-12 months working hard with SecuraBit to create a virtual lab environment for the community at large to use. We hope that this lab provides a great tool that seems to be missing (at least for free) within the community. Right now we are looking for people to help shake it down and work the kinks out, so we have are creating a closed beta and asking for volunteers to take some time, read the wiki's, test the lab, and give us feedback on how to improve, fix and grow it.
We are also open to any suggestions as to what you'd like to see in the lab, be it additional virtual machines, specific vulnerability vectors, or even physical machines such as DVR's, security cameras, the sky is the limit! Or our bank account, either way.
Please visit the gh0st wiki to get started. From there we have documented how to access the lab, some basic information about it, and we are going to continue to update and add content to it to help you get the most out of this experience.
Thank you for listening to SecuraBit and we hope giving back to our community benefits us all!
So here it is, gh0st networks returns.
This domain was resurrected from the ashes of a project that died in the late 90′s early 00′s, to be brought back to life in a time where the original idea still hold true, if not more necessary today then back then. The original idea of this network was to create a security research network where like minded individuals could work together towards the common goal of knowledge. After many years of lying dormant and lacking any direction the domain expired and was picked up by another group. We have have made it our goal to take the torch and carry on the ideals this site originally had and bring them into the new web world.
Screw all the “hats”, this is just about learning, exploring, exploiting and connecting. We are actively looking for people to join our network and help grow a more secure internet. Those of us who remember the old days remember that rooting boxes was about having fun and showing off what you know, those days are long dead. We now live in such a interconnected world that machines are no longer exploited for the “thrill of the kill” but are hijacked to make money and further peoples agendas: financial, political, whatever retarded, ill concieved motive. We have created a lab that we hope to grow into a global network that brings people from all walks of life to work together to combat the scum of the internet, and to research & reverse engineer the malware the plagues our inboxes and work towards the common goal of a secure internet.
How can I get involved?
We currently are looking for individuals or groups to deploy labs in thier respective corner of the internet and help create a secure internetwork for sharing information, aggregating research data and working efficiently to learn. Bloggers, researchers, hacklabs and kids interested in learning are all invited to come participate in the global project. We currently have a lab online that we will be opening up to the public for use in the next couple of weeks and we are looking to grow it.
The current “global economic collapse” has left us in a unique position that has allowed us to acquire loads of hardware from collapsing businesses and put this higher end gear to work in our research endevours. If you are in need of hardware for you’re lab, let us know and we will be more than willing to provide equipment to help you out and work with us.
Drop a note to firstname.lastname@example.org to get involved.
We’ll be opening up a limited beta in the coming weeks so if your intrested, let us know!