IDServe Lab

[toggle_content title="Transcript"] Leo Dregier here. I want to talk about a tool ID serve you can get this at Once the website pops up you basically can scroll down to see download here now. It will download your web browser and then you can open the tool. So we are going to open the file and it is basically right here. So you can go to the web page clearly - so we don't need to do that but then go ahead over to server query and then type in query the server or whatever your target is - in this case I am going to query my own personal website and scroll all the way up and then basically read this like a book. So you can see the web address is the name then it results in this IP address it is listening on port 80. It was able to connect requesting the servers default page, the server returned the following response headers. So it was listening on http 1.1 so the date the server is apache. It is powered by php 5, 3.26 at the moment and it comes in hml rpc.php file on the web server. It closed the connection and completed the query and it says that the server was identified as apache. So very, very, very easy tool to run let us run another serve and you can see that it identifies it as apache and deviant server or query the server basically sees that it is a google web server. GWS I only did that just to show you the variety or query the server and this is active in the sense that I am reaching on touching a target here. It is relatively non-intrusive the websites are basically disclosing this information. So it gives me a quick sanity of guessing the type of web server it is running in this case cnn using njinx which is somewhat of a popular server of course IIS in apache. Apache is going to be the most popular web server but there are others you saw the GWS for Google you saw njinx for CNN. So if you quickly need to identify the type of platform that your destination is running the id serve tool is a great way to get a quick web server footprint. So that is it on Id server really easy tool to use hope you enjoy the videos and I am sure you guys are connected now on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube and Twitter. [/toggle_content] As we continue with the Web Applications module, we now focus on user activity in our next penetration testing tool, IDServe. The IDServe lab demonstrates the server ID user session at the web server level and what information you can capture when conducting this penetration web application test. IDServe provides all the server session info including the IP address, the port, the specific server type and its name, as well as the power source.
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