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Last but not least, I forgot to mention that each lab provides you some details/documentation on how certain features work, with rich diagrams and pictures to help you understand better the underlying concept.

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To conclude: I'd definitely recommend trying the platform, the challenges start from easy to really advanced, but the gap is not very big, they just take you gradually through the levels without you noticing, the XP that you gain from each of the labs will help you move on further to the next challenge. You'll definitely learn A LOT from the challenges and the thing is, you'll get familiar with them so it's not like a mechanical memorisation of some stuff.

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In the fundamentals labs, you'll have to extract some information from a K8s cluster via kubectl, like the value of a secret, or fix a Service port in order to get the token by cURL'ing on the Service IP. They're really interesting overall, it kinda gives you the feeling that you're in a CKA (Certified Kubernetes Administrator) examination.

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In either XFCE or Kali, you'll have to open the terminal and execute a serie of cURL commands against the Kubernetes API or kubelet, depending on the lab, and you have to unveil the value of a secret or find a bad actor who tried to extract some information from Kubernetes.

In another lab, I had to look through the audit logs in a Kibana dashboard to find which specific username tried to extract the contents of a file that contains some database sensitive information.

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Regarding the lab configuration, you often just drop into a shell directly during the lab where you're asked to complete a serie of tasks in order to unveil a token (more like a Capture The Flag format), or just simply familiarising yourself on how the k8s audit logs are actually looking like for example.

Another lab format will simply spawn a VM which you'll be able to control in your browser. The VM distro is sometimes XFCE or Kali Linux

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In the Cloud Security lab, I've covered so far: Secure Terraform: Google Cloud Platform, Kubernetes (14/17 labs completed), CISA & NSA Kubernetes hardening guidance (3/6 completed).

Kubernetes is my favorite topic so far and very actual. The labs are quite interesting and they start with some fundamental knowledge on what Kubernetes is and how it works then you delve into topics like: Protecting Secrets, RBAC, Logging, Auditing, Shell to a container, Attacking the Kubelet and a few more

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Among the list of Labs you can find: Fundamentals, Offensive, Tools, Cyber Threat Intelligence, Malware & Reverse Engineering, Application Security and last but not least, Cloud Security. I've been trying out the Cloud Security one so far and completed it 21% currently.

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I've just been privileged in the last couple of weeks to try out the Immersive Labs platform for Cybersecurity training , this'll be a thread of my review on the platform ...

Coming up: The ownCloud Conference 2021. We look forward to meeting you! Check out the schedule:

if you trust in what they're doing and want to support them, you can do that also here

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They even have a Telegram channel where you can keep up with new features

also, they're reachable on a Telegram group, if you want to ask them anything:

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best hiking app ever

1. it's free
2. it's open-source
3. it's privacy-friendly!
4. contains very detailed mapping information

did you know that the 🇪🇺 banknotes 💶 don’t have any real locations printed on them, rather architectural styles?

does anyone know if Grafana published their videos from Grafana CONline 2021?

sadly I didn't manage to subscribe in time for the event and now I can't find anything, nothing on YouTube also ...

Stories 2.0

- Federation support
- Video support
- Story Polls
- Story Reactions (optional)
- Story Replies (optional)
- See who viewed your stories

Now available!

Special thanks to @NGIZero for funding this feature milestone! 🎉 #pixelfed #stories

I don't understand the logic behind a portless phone. You're going to charge it wirelessly and still going to need a cable for the wireless charger

so much negativism on the interwebs, gosh...

here's some photos to relax a little bit

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