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T1046 : Network Service Scanning
mitre-discovery | Level: Easy | Total Lab Runs: 0 | Premium Lab |
Network Service Scanning is a part of the exploitation as well as the post-exploitation phase and deals with identifying the services running on remote hosts.
In this lab, we are given access to a Kali machine. There are two target machines, one of the target machines is present on the same network. This target machine is vulnerable and can be exploited using the following information. Use this information to get a shell on the target machine and complete the mission!
- Vulnerability: XODA File Upload Vulnerability
- Metasploit module: exploit/unix/webapp/xoda_file_upload
- Identify the ports open on the second target machine using appropriate Metasploit modules.
- Write a bash script to scan the ports of the second target machine.
- Upload the nmap static binary to the target machine and identify the services running on the second target machine.
- Network Service Scanning (https://attack.mitre.org/techniques/T1046/)
- This lab is dedicated to you! No other users are on this network :)
- Once you start the lab, you will have access to a root terminal of a Kali instance
- Your Kali has an interface with IP address 192.X.Y.2. Run "ip addr" to know the values of X and Y.
- The target server should be located at the IP address 192.X.Y.3.
- Do not attack the gateway located at IP address 192.X.Y.1
- The static binaries are present in the directory "/root/tools/"
|1.||How many services are running on the second target machine?||
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