Describe the differences between the Ping scan and the Quick scan results. Also, note what operating system (OS) is suspected for the 10.3.1.1 host.
In the next steps, you will use a tool called Helix to
gather information from a running system that could be
used as forensic evidence. You will use Helix to identify a
series of specific data items. Helix is an incident-
response tool that has additional, built-in features that
include but are not limited to gathering system
information. creating system images for analysis,
browsing and scanning local machine files and pictures.
and allowing the user to document and record incident
details in the -Investigative Notes- section. Helix
documents all activity during each session in an audit
log, Which can be saved as a record Of the tests
conducted on the target machine. HE NTERNET HAS CHANGED DRAMATICALLY from its origins. It has grown
from a small number of universities and government agencies to a
worldwide network with more than two billion users. As it has grown,
it has changed how people communicate and do business. t has brought many
cpportun•ties and benefits. The Internet continues to grow and expand in new
and varied ways. It supports innovation and new services like IP mobility and
smartphone connectivity Like outer space, the maturing Internet is a new frontier.
There is no nternet government or central authoriti,n It is full Of challenges—
and questionable behavior,
The Internet as we know it today has its roots in a computer network called
the Advanced Research Projects Agency Network (ARPANET), which the U.S.
Department Of Defense created in 1969. But the way people use the nternet
is new. Today, people working in cyberspace must deal with new and constantly
evolv'ng threats. ntelligent and aggressive cybercriminals, terrorists, and scam
artists lurk in the shadows. Connecting your computers or devices to the Internet
immediate y exposes them...