Use Banner Grabbing Techniques to Enumerate Services on a Linux Server

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Time
45 minutes
Difficulty
Beginner

In this IT Pro Challenge provided by Learn on Demand Systems you will use telnet, ftp, curl, ssh and Firefox to gather system information by using banner grabbing.

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Overview

Introduction: The Use Banner Grabbing Techniques to Enumerate Services on a Linux Server is a premium Cybrary Interactive Lab intended for students at the Beginner level. This Interactive Lab teaches students. These tasks will help students learn to understand how attackers get information on target systems. This is used in the Reconnaissance stage of the attack. This is important to the work roles of Security Architect and Vulnerability Researcher. Upon completion of this lab, the student will be able to install and enable the FTP and HTTP services, use FTP, SSH, and HTTP client software to discover operating system and server software information, use telnet to discover FTP, SSH, and HTTP operating system and server information.

Skill/Activity Breakdown: The Use Banner Grabbing Techniques to Enumerate Services on a Linux Server Interactive Lab requires students to Install and enable the FTP and HTTP services on a Linux Server. This develops the knowledge of Installing and enabling the FTP and HTTP services, which are protocols commonly used on targeted systems. This knowledge is important for the Security Architect and Vulnerability Researcher work role.

The Use Banner Grabbing Techniques to Enumerate Services on a Linux Server Interactive Lab requires students to use FTP, SSH, and HTTP client software to discover operating systems and server software information. This develops the knowledge of using FTP, SSH, and HTTP client software to discover the operating systems and server software information. This knowledge is important for the Security Architect and Vulnerability Researcher work role.

The Use Banner Grabbing Techniques to Enumerate Services on a Linux Server Interactive Lab requires students to use telnet to discover FTP, SSH, and HTTP operating system and server information. This develops the knowledge of using telnet to discover FTP, SSH, and HTTP operating system and server information. This knowledge is important for the Security Architect and Vulnerability Researcher work role.

By completing the Use Banner Grabbing Techniques to Enumerate Services on a Linux Server Interactive Lab, the student will learn. Learning these skills will help students Install and enable the FTP and HTTP services, use FTP, SSH, and HTTP client software to discover operating system and server software information, use telnet to discover FTP, SSH, and HTTP operating system and server information. This is important for Security Architect and Vulnerability Researcher.

Conclusion: The Use Banner Grabbing Techniques to Enumerate Services on a Linux Server Interactive Lab is presented by Cybrary and was created by Learn On Demand Systems. This lab develops skills in banner grabbing. This lab would be beneficial for students on the Penetration Testing and SOC Analyst Career Path. Completing the lab means the students can Install and enable the FTP and HTTP services, use FTP, SSH, and HTTP client software to discover operating system and server software information, use telnet to discover FTP, SSH, and HTTP operating system and server information.

Click on the Use Banner Grabbing Techniques to Enumerate Services on a Linux Server Interactive Lab to learn Install and enable the FTP and HTTP services, use FTP, SSH, and HTTP client software to discover operating system and server software information, use telnet to discover FTP, SSH, and HTTP operating system and server information.