The B-LAB provides a powerful infrastructure to enable students and researchers alike to experiment with malware, vulnerabilities, and exploits freely. The infrastructure is setup to assure high isolation from the network environment, while allowing remote collaboration from affiliate institutions.
The lab provides access to APT malware platforms, exploits and exploit kits traded in the underground, and nation-grade vulnerability exploits. All resources can be freely accessed in the context of the laboratory.
Current projects include:
A schematic representation of the B-LAB's infrastructure is given below:
Pictures to come!
The B-LAB also has a strong IoT component that allows to test new attacks and malware (e.g. for IoT botnet-based bitcoin mining). A board in the lab will allow adding and physically operating on new components. As an example, you find below the first BACnet components schematics.