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vTunnel Software and Supporting Materials

vTunnel is a software tool developed by the SEI that hides certain network activity—such as command and control traffic—from participants in cyber-training exercises. Download the tool or read more about it in this collection.

Publisher:

Software Engineering Institute

Abstract

vTunnel is an open source tool developed by the SEI that removes administrative traffic from the game spaces of cyber-training exercises that you don’t want participants to see. For example, vTunnel can remove monitoring and scoring mechanisms as well as command and control traffic. This collection contains the vTunnel software for download as well as documentation about the tool.

Collection Contents

  • vTunnel

    October 22, 2018 Software

    vTunnel is a traffic proxy between guest and host networks that allows certain network activity, such as scoring mechanisms, to remain hidden from trainees.

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  • vTunnel: Hide Administrative Traffic from Exercise Participants

    June 3, 2019 Fact Sheet

    This fact sheet provides an overview of vTunnel, a software tool developed by the SEI that hides certain network activity—such as command and control traffic—from participants in cyber-training exercises.

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  • vTunnel Video

    March 15, 2019 Video

    This video explains how vTunnel, a software tool developed by the SEI, works to hide administrative and background traffic in cyber simulations.

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  • vTunnel and WELLE-D

    June 3, 2019 Presentation
    By Adam Welle

    This presentation provides an overview of the following two software tools developed by the SEI: WELLE-D, which creates realistic wireless simulations, and vTunnel, which hides administrative and background traffic in cyber simulations.

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