Specialized Linux Port Scans

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Time
45 minutes
Difficulty
Intermediate

Students will leverage Hping3 to assess ports of various devices on the assigned network. Students will utilize non-traditional scans to attempt avoiding an Intrusion Detection System (IDS).

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Overview

Cybrscore’s Specialized Linux Port Scans Lab is a premium Cybrary lab. The CybrScore’s Specialized Linux Port Scans Lab is intended for intermediate level students and learners. Cybrscore’s Specialized Linux Port Scans Lab students will learn to leverage Hping3 to assess ports of various devices on the assigned network. Cybrscore’s Specialized Linux Port Scans Lab is aimed towards the system administration profile. Upon successful completion of the Cybrscore’s Specialized Linux Port Scans Lab, the student will be able to utilize non-traditional scans to attempt avoiding an Intrusion Detection System (IDS). The CybrScore Securing Linux for System Administrators lab takes a minimum of 45 minutes to a maximum of 2 hours to successfully complete for most students.

In Cybrscore’s Specialized Linux Port Scans Lab, students will become familiar with Hping3. Students will be able to identify open ports using Hping3 and also characterize devices using Hping3. These tasks will help students learn more about the concepts and uses of Hping3. This skill is a part of the Linux System Administration role and is built upon the ability to configure and utilize software-based computer protection tools.

In Cybrscore’s Specialized Linux Port Scans Lab, students will learn more about Single SYN Packet along with Single ACK Scan. Students will also learn about scanning of DMZ device. This skill is a part of the Linux System Administration role and is built upon the ability to implement and configure networking utilities.

Cybrscore’s Specialized Linux Port Scans Lab is a part of the Linux System Administration career path presented by Cybrary and the lab is created by CyberScore. Completion of Cybrscore’s Securing Linux for System Administrators Lab means that the student has demonstrated the ability to use hping3 to analyze the system for vulnerable open ports, implement and troubleshoot networking concepts like SYN/ACK and DMZ device scanning and utilize non-traditional scans to attempt avoiding an Intrusion Detection System (IDS).