In the book, there are seven steps of an attack. What are they?, Which step do you think is the most important? Why? Which one do you think is the least important? Why?
How would you use automation during the reconnaissance phase? Why would you use automation? Should you rely solely on automation? Why or why not?
What are shell scripts? How are shell scripts used in hacking? find an example of a UNIX\Linux shell script that asks you your name and then prints your name in the output of the script. Describe what is happening in the shell script. Test the example in your work environment. An extra 5 points will be added to your discussion grade if the script in your environment runs.
Case Study 3.1
In these chapters, you just read about the reconnaissance phase. You are an attacker and want to break into a company’s network. In a 3 to 4 page paper describe how you proceed in the reconnaissance phase. Include the different items you would look for, steps you would take to get those items, and what you would do with those items once you acquired them. Be sure to cite references. Make sure you use APA format and adhere to the writing rubric.
3€“4 pages in length (excluding cover page, abstract, and reference list)
Include at least 2-3 peer-reviewed sources that are properly cited
APA format, Use the APA template located in the Student Resource Center to complete the assignment.
Please use the Case Study Guide as a reference point for writing your case study.
Weekly Summary 3.1
Each week you will write and submit a brief summary of the important concepts learned during the week. The summary will include a summary of the instructor’s weekly lecture including any videos included in the lecture.
This is not a review of the book this is to be your personal views on the lectures and presentations.
Book Review Chapter 3
After reading, chapter 3, write a 3-4 page review (not including the Title page or Reference page) of the chapter. The review is to give your point of view on the topics found on pages 75 and 76 of the Don’t’ Forget section book.