Digital Security & Forensics
Good digital citizenship is a goal for all students who use Falcon High School's technology tools. This page is a part of Falcon's digital citizenship program. Below is a Code of Conduct Agreement that everyone has to sign and return to me. Everyone means if you are a student in any of my Information Technology classes, a member of any cyber security, team, computer forensics team or if you participate in Falcon High School's Hack Night Activities. Make sure to show this to your parents to ensure they are on-baord with this.
Cyber Security Tutorials
Team - there's a ton of good information on Cyber Security located all over the internet. So much so that it can be difficult to know where to start. There's no plan written in stone on where you should begin or end your research, but the following tutorials from the website, bleeping computer.com has excellent information that I know will benefit you as a cyber security pro, and also benefit us as a team. Everyone (no matter where your computer skill is) will go over each of these tutorials, step-by-step, inch-by-inch, until it's all completed. Simply click on the subject below, read and try it out on your computer.
- Introduction to Windows Command Prompt
- Demystifying the Windows Registry
- How to Start Windows in the "Safe" Mode
- How to show Hidden Files on Windows
- How to remove a Trojan, Virus, Worm or other Malware
- Windows Forensics (with suggested tool belt)
- How to create a Command Line Tool Kit for Windows
- How to change the terminal service or remote desktop part