Nt2580 Unit 1 Lab Assignment

Lab Project 3-1 In this hands-on project, you log in to the computer and navigate the file structure. 1. Turn on your computer. After your Linux system has been loaded, switch to a command-line terminal (tty2) by pressing Ctrl+Alt+F2 and log in to the terminal using the user name of root and the password of secret. 2. At the command prompt, type pwd and press Enter to view the current working directory. What is your current working directory? 3. At the command prompt, type cd and press Enter. At the command prompt, type pwd and press Enter to view the current working directory. Did your current working directory change? Why or why not? 4. At the command prompt, type cd . and press Enter. At the command prompt, type pwd and press Enter to view the current working directory. Did your current working directory change? Why or why not? 5. At the command prompt, type cd .. and press Enter. At the command prompt, type pwd and press Enter to view the current working directory. Did your current working directory change? Why or why not? 6. At the command prompt, type cd root and press Enter. At the command prompt, type pwd and press Enter to view the current working directory. Did your current working directory change? Where are you now? Did you specify a relative or absolute pathname to your home directory when you used the cd root command? 7. At the command prompt, type cd etc and press Enter. What error message did you receive and why? 8. At the command prompt, type cd /etc and press Enter. At the command prompt, type pwd and press Enter to view the current working directory. Did your current working directory change? Did you specify a relative or absolute pathname to the /etc directory when you used the cd /etc command? 9. At the command prompt, type cd / and press Enter. At the command prompt, type pwd and press Enter to view the current working directory. Did your current working directory change? Did you specify a relative or absolute pathname to the / directory when you used the cd / command? 10. At the command prompt, type cd ~user1 and press Enter. At the command prompt, type pwd and press Enter to view the current working directory. Did your current working directory change? Which command discussed earlier performs the same function as the cd ~ command?

NT2580 Lab#1 – Assessment Worksheet WITH PICTURES ADDED. 1. Name at least five applications and tools used in the lab. Introduction: Wireshark, NetWitness, OpenVAS, FileZilla, Tftpd64, PuTTY and Zenmap 2. What is promiscuous mode? Promiscuous mode allows applications to listen to all traffic on given subnets and VLAN. 3. How does Wireshark differ from NetWitness Investigator? Wireshark captures live traffic and displays results at packet level. NetWitness Investigator allows an overview of previously captured traffic which can be used to spot anomalies, compliance issues, and Denial of Service attacks. 4. Why is it important to select the student interface in the Wireshark? It is important to enable the student lab environment. Choosing the Public network will prevent Wireshark from seeing traffic that is related to the lab and cause a lot of clutter. 5. What is the command line syntax for running an Intense Scan with Zenmap on a target subnet of 172.30.0.0/24? nmap -T4 -A -v 172.30.0.0/24

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