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Hera Lab

Hera Lab is the most sophisticated Virtual Lab on IT Security.
And it's used by thousands IT Security professionals in over 130 countries.

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The best way to practice IT Security.
Hands down.

With Hera Lab you can practice any IT Security topic in a safe, isolated environment. Every day thousands of users worldwide use Hera to practice on the real world scenarios built by the eLearnSecurity IT Security research team.


Connect to Hera Lab Scenarios in VPN

Each scenario on Hera Lab contains complex routed networks of workstations and servers (Win, *nix, BSD...) built after real world corporate networks. Connect to the labs in VPN from any OpenVPN capable OS (Win, *nix, Mac) from wherever you are.


Entire networks deployed only for you

Hera Lab instantiates a new dedicated and isolated scenario for each new request. It then creates a new VPN tunnel to connect the user point-to-point to the lab network. While you read this, thousands of networks of computers are instantiated uniquely for our students.


You spin me right round like a record baby

Click Start. In few seconds your lab will be deployed on our infrastructure. Once you are done practicing, just like a record cassette you can hit Stop and Hera will save the state of your lab. You can then resume from where you left off. Even days later!


Pay only for what you use

Busy schedule ahead? You cannot anticipate how much time you can dedicate to Hera lab fun? Hera allows you to benefit from an on-demand plan where you buy "lab-time". Your time is deducted by the minute only while you are connected to the lab!


Attitude at crashing machines?

Hera is built for heavy usage. We know you are going to crash machines, drop tables and rm -f more often than not. That's why you can always re-start your lab fresh with a simple Reset button. You will never affect others on the platform. So feel free to try any tool in your arsenal. Hera is built for this.

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Virtual machines running

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TeraBytes of RAM allocated

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GigaHertz of CPU in use

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