You could check out metasploitable, its a linux VM designed with
vulnerabilities built in to it for penetration testing.  &

This link has resources for additional lab setups for forensics and
pen-testing scenarios.

If you're just looking to encrypt an OS or  hard drive, many Linux OSs
offer disk encryption during the setup/install process or you can use
trucrypt to encrypt a windows partition/folder or boot drive.

Ben Leslie
Battenkill Valley Supervisory Union
P: 802-375-2589 ext. 144
P: 802-375-6409

On Thu, Feb 9, 2017 at 8:34 AM, Michael Norkun <[log in to unmask]>

> Quick question,
> This is posted on the slack channel as well...
>  I am doing some file forensics with some students. Does anyone know where
> I might find a mock os image that I could install on a machine to allow
> these students to practice their forensic skills? They have worked through
> most of the scenarios here I was hoping to
> hand them a laptop that has been encrypted and have them find some
> evidence. Any one have suggestions of where I could look? I suppose I could
> make an image, but to save some time it would be easier to just download
> one. Thanks in advance.
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