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To create a botnet, the attacker can use several technique to scan vulnerable machines. The attacker first collects information about a large number of vulnerable machines to create a list. Subsequently, they infect the machines. The list is divided by assigning half of the list to the newly compromised machines. The scanning process runs simultaneously. This technique ensure the spreading and installation of malicious code in little time. Which technique is discussed here ?

To create a botnet, the attacker can use several technique to scan vulnerable machines. The attacker first collects information about a large number of vulnerable machines to create a list. Subsequently, they infect the machines. The list is divided by assigning half of the list to the newly compromised machines. The scanning process runs simultaneously. This technique ensure the spreading and installation of malicious code in little time. Which technique is discussed here ? Option …

To create a botnet, the attacker can use several technique to scan vulnerable machines. The attacker first collects information about a large number of vulnerable machines to create a list. Subsequently, they infect the machines. The list is divided by assigning half of the list to the newly compromised machines. The scanning process runs simultaneously. This technique ensure the spreading and installation of malicious code in little time. Which technique is discussed here ? Read More »

DNS protocol

John, a professional hacker, decided to use DNS to perform data exfilteration on a target network. In this process, he embedded malicious data into the DNS protocol packets that even DNSSEC cannot detect. Using this technique, John successfully injected malware to bypass a firewall and maintained communication with the victim machine and C&C server. What is the technique employed by John to bypass the firewall?

John, a professional hacker, decided to use DNS to perform data exfilteration on a target network. In this process, he embedded malicious data into the DNS protocol packets that even DNSSEC cannot detect. Using this technique, John successfully injected malware to bypass a firewall and maintained communication with the victim machine and C&C server. What is the technique employed by John to bypass the firewall? Option 1 : DNS tunneling method Option 2 : DNS …

John, a professional hacker, decided to use DNS to perform data exfilteration on a target network. In this process, he embedded malicious data into the DNS protocol packets that even DNSSEC cannot detect. Using this technique, John successfully injected malware to bypass a firewall and maintained communication with the victim machine and C&C server. What is the technique employed by John to bypass the firewall? Read More »

website

Jane, an ethical hacker, is testing a target organization’s web server and website to identify security loopholes. In this process, she copied the entire website and its content on a local drive to view the profile of the site’s directory structure, file structure, external links, images, web pages, and so on. This information helps Jane map the website’s directories and gain valuable information. What is the attack technique employed by Jane in the above scenario?

Jane, an ethical hacker, is testing a target organization’s web server and website to identify security loopholes. In this process, she copied the entire website and its content on a local drive to view the profile of the site’s directory structure, file structure, external links, images, web pages, and so on. This information helps Jane map the website’s directories and gain valuable information. What is the attack technique employed by Jane in the above scenario? …

Jane, an ethical hacker, is testing a target organization’s web server and website to identify security loopholes. In this process, she copied the entire website and its content on a local drive to view the profile of the site’s directory structure, file structure, external links, images, web pages, and so on. This information helps Jane map the website’s directories and gain valuable information. What is the attack technique employed by Jane in the above scenario? Read More »

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Determine the Database Evidence Repositories & Collect the Evidence files

Determine the Database Evidence Repositories & collect the evidence files in this Sources that provide the valuable information are at times overlooked by the investigators. For instance, in intellectual property cases, databases containing finance related data are the prime targets for attackers to damage databases. In such case, source code repositories, knowledge management systems, and document management systems may provide better insights to the investigator to a suspected breach. Thus, investigators will be able to …

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Understand Cache,Cookies and History Recorded in Web Browser

This article explain Understand Cache, Cookies as well as History Recorded in Web Browser in forensic investigation. their is different type of tools for analysis also. Windows Forensics Methodology Operating systems use applications called browsers to attach with internet and permit users to access the external servers and cloud data. The browsers save data on the system within the sort of cache, cookies, and history. Investigators can gather this information and analyze it to seek …

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Introduction of Windows Forensics

Windows Forensics, include the process of conducting or performing forensic investigations of systems which run on Windows operating systems, It includes analysis of incident response, recovery, and auditing of equipment used in executing any criminal activity. In order to accomplish such intricate forensic analyses, the investigators should possess extensive knowledge of the Microsoft Windows operating systems. This module will discuss about collecting volatile and non-volatile information; performing windows memory and registry analysis; cache, cookie, and …

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Live-data-acquisition

Live Data Acquisition

Live Data Acquisition is the process of extracting volatile information present in the registries, cache, and RAM of digital devices through its normal interface. The volatile information is dynamic in nature and changes with time, therefore, the investigators should collect the data in real time. Simple actions such as looking through the files on a running computer or booting up the computer have the potential to destroy or modify the available evidence data, as it …

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