Hands-On Projects 1. Use Angry IP to scan the network. ■ Download the data files in Chapter 3 in MindTap, or navigate to Chapter 3 of the Student Resource Center.
Install and launch Angry IP.exe (Figure 3-31) using Internet Explorer.
Type the IP address of the local subnet and click Start. ■ Example: 10.0.0.1 – 10.0.0.254 2. Use Nmap to portscan a Web site. ■ Download the data files in Chapter 3 in MindTap, or navigate to Chapter 3 of the Student Resource Center. ■ Browse to nmap-win32. ■ Right-click and launch a shell in the nmap directory (Figure 3-32).
Type nmap -v A www.certifiedhacker.com. 3. Scan the network using NetScanTools. ■ Download the data files in Chapter 3 in MindTap, or navigate to Chapter 3 of the Student Resource Center. ■ Install and launch the program NetScanToolssetup.exe (Figure 3-33).
Please find the lab instructions attached. For each of the three projects please compose a 300 word narrative (in Microsoft Word format) that describes the applicability of this lab in the context of cyber security. At the end of each 300 word response paste a screenshot of your your testing. Please only submit one Word file.
Your narrative is meant to demonstrate your process and understanding of the subject matter. Therefore, you may use scholarly references if applicable, but your narrative is not intended to be a book report/article report. No quotation is allowed in your narrative and plagiarism is certainly not allowed. If you choose to underpin your thoughts with scholarly literature that is encouraged, but the objective here is to demonstrate *your* understanding of the subject matter.