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Tcpv4connect: Log Analysis
linux-runtime-analysis-profiling-tools | Level: Easy | Total Lab Runs: 0 | Premium Lab |
Performance monitoring and tracking tools can provide a wealth of information about a running system. In some cases, they can help identify anomalies which could have been caused by a security incident.
In this lab, we are given Tcpv4connect script's trace logs of a server. We have to unearth suspicious activity by analyzing these logs. Please start the lab, analyze these logs to answer the questions given below and submit the flags to verify:
- Identify the port on which telnet is running on the server.
- What the IP address of the remote machine which connected to the server using telnet?
- The server has downloaded data files over HTTP using a different network interface. What is the IP address of that interface?
- What is the IP address of the remote machine from which the packages were downloaded?
|1.||Identify the port on which telnet is running on the server.||
|2.||What the IP address of the remote machine which connected to the server using telnet?||
|3.||The server has downloaded data files over HTTP using a different network interface. What is the IP address of that interface?||
|4.||What is the IP address of the remote machine from which the packages were downloaded?||
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