Course Overview:

The  UNIX Security Administrator Prep is a hands-on course that covers how to secure and audit UNIX and Linux operating systems. This includes concepts such as Rootkits, Buffer overflows, and monitoring UNIX/Linux systems.

Attendees to TN-959: Unix Security Administratorwill receive TechNow approved course materials and expert instruction.

Date/Locations:

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Duration: 5 days

Course Objectives:

  • AIDE
  • Apache
  • Best Practices for Kernel Tuning and Warning Banners
  • Boot Services
  • Chroot()
  • DNS- BIND
  • DNSSec
  • Evidence Collection and Preservation
  • Forensic Analysis
  • Forensic Preparation and Incident Handling
  • Host Based Firewalls – iptables
  • Intro to Forensics
  • OS Install and Patching
  • Physical, User Account, and Password Access Control
  • Se Linux
  • Sendmail
  • SSH
  • Stack Smashing
  • Sudo
  • Syslog-NG
  • UNIX Logging

Course Prerequisites:

  • GSEC or equivalent experience
  • UNIX, Windows, networking, and security experience
  • This is a hands-on skill course requiring comfort with command line interaction and network communications

 

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Course Overview:

The course teaches students to use the sort, grep, sed, & awk utilities within Unix. Systems administrators, Unix users, & programmers benefit from the course showing them how to use the command line applications of sort, grep, sed, & awk commands as well as using sed & awk scripts that develop the users skills with the full power of these utilities.

Attendees to TN-223: Advanced Shell Programming will receive TechNow approved course materials and expert instruction.

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Dates/Locations:

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Duration: 3 Days

Course Objectives:

  • Sorting files by line or field
  • Regular Expressions (meta character) with grep commands to locate specific lines in files
  • Performing non-interactive editing tasks with the sed command
  • Writing simple sed scripts to perform complex editing tasks
  • Using awk variables & arrays to sort data
  • Employing awk programs to manipulate numeric & textual data
  • Performing formatted printing in awk
  • Writing simple awk programs to write reports from data files
  • Using built-in awk functions & defining new functions
  • Write awk programs that make decisions based on numeric or string comparisons (branches & loops)
  • Grep, egrep extended metacharacters, combinations-lab advanced combinations- lab Sed
  • Basic commands- Lab, Advanced commands- Lab, Advanced scripting -Lab
  • Miscellaneous commands Tr, sort, cut, paste, pr -Lab

Prerequisites:

  • TN-125: Introduction to UNIX & Linux
  • TN 215: Shell Programming.
  • Students should have a basic knowledge of UNIX commands including rm, cp, man, cat, & mkdir. Navigating directory structure using commands such as ls, cp, & pwd. Creating and editing files with the vi editor or text editor. Use of basic programming constructs, & commands such as variables & loops & how to write a simple program in a programming language.

 

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Course Overview:

This intensive hands-on class teaches students to develop customized UNIX™ commands, read & write Bourne, Korn & Bash Shell scripts & automate critical server functions.  The course includes extensive lab exercises, including hands-on development & debugging of shell scripts, which will give students the ability to be more efficient and productive in less time. The focus of the course will be the Bash shell.

Attendees to TN-215: Shell Programming will receive TechNow approved course materials and expert instruction.

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Dates/Locations:

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Duration: 5 days

Course Objectives:

  • Shell Review
  • Shell Interpretation of Quotes & Backslash
  • The Bash Shell
  • Shell's combined with UNIX utilities
  • Programming Basics
  • Data Constructs
  • Programming Looping
  • Your Environment
  • More on Parameters
  • Advanced Shell Programming

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Course Overview:

This hands-on course provides an intensive overview of fundamental UNIX commands that are common to all flavors of UNIX, but the focus is on RedHat. At the end of this course students will have a firm grasp of how the UNIX operating system works, how to accomplish powerful functions using multiple commands & most importantly of all, how to think UNIX. With the skills gained in this course, students can move on to RedHat System Administration I or Linux System Admnistration I.

Attendees of TN-125: Introduction to UNIX and Linux will receive course materials and expert Instruction.

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Date/Locations:

Date/Time Event
11/15/2021 - 11/19/2021
08:00 -16:00
TN-125: Introduction to UNIX and Linux
Tech Now, Inc., San Antonio TX

Duration: 5 days

Course Objectives:

  • Unix Overview
  • Introduction to the UNIX command Line
  • Managing and controlling access to files
  • Batch Scripting and tools
  • Regular Expressions, Pipelines, and IO Redirection
  • Text File Manipulation
  • Basic Network Commands
  • Managing Unix Processes
  • GNOME Graphical Desktop

Prerequisites:

  • Basic Knowledge of Computers

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User: trkdashin

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Facilities comments: Nice Hotel


 

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