SEC450 Essay

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Student Name _________________________________ Date _____________
SEC450 Security Testing iLab

Objectives
In this lab, the students will examine the following objectives.

The use of Flow Analysis Port Scan to determine the open ports on routers or hosts
Discovery of network vulnerabilities and mitigation of possible threats

Scenario
A small company is using the topology shown below. Minimal security measures have been implemented. Possible vulnerabilities need to be discovered in any of the devices used in the network architecture. This includes routers, switches, and workstations.

Topology

The last page of the Lab Assignment document contains a full-page Topology. Remove this page and use it for reference
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Click Next.

In the Select interested zones dialog, include the Dallas_Host, Dallas_Server, and Public_Server zones. Click Next.

In the Select zone pairs to analyze dialog, check the Scan across all zone pairs option, and click Next.

In the Reporting Options dialog, ensure that an Output folder on your F:\ drive is specified. Click the Run button to begin the network scan.
A Port Scan Analysis web page report will appear. Expand the Global Tables tree option, and click Summary.

In the Port Scan Summary, you will see all permitted services between the Dallas_Host, Dallas_Server, and Public_Server zones.

Open the Permitted services links Public_Server->Dallas_Host and Public_Server->Dallas_Server. Note the TCP and UDP port numbers that are open. Use to capture the Public_Server->Dallas_Host and the Public_Server->Dallas_Server windows, and use V to paste the two captured windows into your lab document.

What are the UDP and TCP ports that are permitted in traffic from the Public_Server to the Dallas_Host? What are the UDP and TCP ports that are permitted in traffic from the Public_Server to the Dallas_Server?

Destination
UDP Ports Permitted
TCP Ports Permitted
Dallas_Host

Dallas_Server

Task 3—Deny Upper TCP ports Public_Server->Dallas Server The TCP port numbers 0–255 are well known port

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