Networking Security tool: nmap quiz
Which networking tools comes to your mind when you want to scan an IP for various security issues or assessment? I bet you would also agree with me that it’s nmap as the first tool. Well let’s play then nmap quiz to understand how familiar with nmap tools. This quiz qould be useful
It would be an easy quiz for you if you have once tried nmap commands for stealth scanning, tried to ping ports directly, checked for any https issues, IP range, port range scan etc. It has 15 questions and you have 15 minutes to answer all those questions. 70% is the passmark for this quiz.
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Which nmap command won’t workCorrectIncorrect
Command to detect which OS and version is running on the remote host, also traceroute it.CorrectIncorrect
Command which does ping scan and don’t check for opened portsCorrectIncorrect
Assume we know which hosts are open and want to avoid host discovery, which command would help me to do thatCorrectIncorrect
Command to to detect if any packet filters or Firewall is used by hostCorrectIncorrect
If firewall is blocking standard ICMP pings, which command(s) can help in scanning the hostsCorrectIncorrect
Command to scan port 80, 443,8080CorrectIncorrect
Scan a firewall for security weakness, multiple choiceCorrectIncorrect
Perform a stealth scanCorrectIncorrect
Nmap command to test SSL heartbleed on port 443, choose the best optionCorrectIncorrect
Save scan result in plain text fileCorrectIncorrect
Command to analyse HTTP headers of web servicesCorrectIncorrect
If you want Nmap to check all potential ports that are running TLS services, which command you would preferCorrectIncorrect
Command for ssl cipher algorithms which server supportsCorrectIncorrect
Nmap by default use _______ scanCorrectIncorrect
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