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Lab #3 | Network Discovery and Reconnaissance Probing Using Zenmap GUI (Nmap)

Lab #3 – aSSESSMENT WORkSHEET

Network Discovery and Reconnaissance Probing Using Zenmap GUI (Nmap) course Name and Number: Student Name: Instructor Name: Lab Due Date:

Overview
In this lab, you used the Zenmap Graphical User Interface (GUI) for the free Nmap Security Scanner application to perform network discovery and security scans. After the initial IP network reconnaissance task, you identified the IP hosts, servers, operating systems, and applications. You identified the risks, threats, and vulnerabilities within the IT infrastructure. This utility is essential for information systems security practitioners to perform routine tasks, such as taking network inventory, managing service upgrade schedules, and monitoring host or service uptime.

Lab Assessment Questions & Answers
1. What interfaces on LAN Switch 1 and LAN Switch 2 are configured with Telnet, and which interfaces

are configured with SSH for remote terminal connectivity?

Assessment Worksheet
2. Explain both the information systems security practitioner and hacker perspectives of using a security

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scanning application such as Zenmap GUI (Nmap).

3. How many tests did your Intense Scan definition perform? List them all after reviewing the scan report.

4. Describe what each of these tests displays within the Zenmap GUI (Nmap) scan report.

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Network Discovery and Reconnaissance Probing Using Zenmap GUI (Nmap)

5. How many total IP hosts (not counting Cisco device interfaces) did Zenmap GUI (Nmap) find on the

network?

6. Fill in the network documentation chart on the following page for Lab #3 – Network Discovery and

Reconnaissance Probing Using Zenmap GUI (Nmap):

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Lab #3 | Network Discovery and Reconnaissance Probing Using Zenmap GUI (Nmap)

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