Use the standard unix commands to show the system information, users, processes and network confoguration of a host
- [Voiceover] Linux provides a number of commands…to enable basic profiling of the activity in a system.…I'll go through the main ones fairly quickly.…I've got a terminal window, so let's see…what this system is.…I can start by entering uname minus a…to list all system information.…Okay, I'm logged into a metasploitable 2.6.24-16 server.…I can get more information by looking…at the operating system version with the command…cat /proc/version.…
And I can see it's using gcc version 4.2.3.…I can look at it's distribution details…by entering cat /etc/*-release.…And I can see that the Ubuntu distribution…is version 8.04 codenamed hardy.…I can enumerate details on the CPU…by entering cat /proc/cpuinfo,…and can see that I'm running an Intel I7 2600.…
I'll enter df minus a and I'll get details about…the file systems that are mounted.…And df minus h provides a summarized version.…Another useful piece of information about a Linux system…is what shells are available.…We can enumerate this by entering cat /etc/shells.…Okay, let's see who's logged in.…
An overview of the CEH exam, blueprint, and eligibility criteria can be found at https://www.eccouncil.org/programs/certified-ethical-hacker-ceh/.
- What is enumeration?
- Understanding NetBIOS, SMB, SAMBA, and RPC
- Profiling hosts
- Investigating interfaces
- Enumerating SMB
- Enumerating SNMP and RPC
- Enumerating the Internet
- Working with other enumeration tools
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Basics of Enumeration
2. Local Host Enumeration
3. Remote Hosts
4. Enumerating Web Apps
5. Enumerating the Internet
6. Other Enumeration Tools
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