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Running head: FOOTPRINTING OF A NETWORK 1

FOOTPRINTING OF A NETWORK 2

Footprinting of a Network

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Abstract

This hands-on guide demonstrates how to conduct "Footprinting of a network" The best way to ensure your infrastructure is secure is to understand the steps an intruder may use to footprint a network. Website (name) records were checked with dnschecker.org then used the information fron dnschecker.org to conduct another footprint using Sam Spade.

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Footprinting of a Network

Describe footprinting Comment by Irvin Heard: Answer then delete this

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What are DNS Records?

DNS Records

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Fill in

AAAA

CNAME

MX

NS

PTR

SRV

SOA

TXT

CAA

Sam Spade Video

1. What was interesting about the video? Comment by Irvin Heard: Answer then delete

2. How can a network administrator use Sam Spade?

3. How can a hacker or intruder use it?

Sam Spade

Ping

First 3 lines

.net.12.1

Whois

IPBlock

Dig

NA

Trace

First 3lines

Finger

Comparison Comment by Irvin Heard: Answer then delete

1. Does the records match from both?

2. Did one provide more information than the other?

Conclusion

1. Is the website secure with SSL?  Comment by Irvin Heard: Answer then delete

2. What did you find out about the network?

3. Are other networks connected to it?

4. Is it a Linux or Windows server?

5. Based on your findings what are some vulnerabilities

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