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. List the five steps of the hacking process. Foot printing, Scanning and Enumeration, System Hacking, Deploy Payload and cover tracks. 2. In order to exploit or attack the targeted systems, what can you do as an initial first step to collect as much information as possible about the targets prior to devising an attack and penetration test plan? The first step would be reconnaissance to gather information quietly. 3. What applications and tools can be used to perform this initial reconnaissance and probing step? Google would be the first and foremost tool. 4. How can social engineering be used to gather information or data about the organization’s IT infrastructure? Phishing and baiting would be the most common. 5. What does the Enumeration step of the five (5) step hacking process entail and how is it vital to the hacker’s objective? Refers to scanning a system for vulnerabilities and reveals information about the target that is needed to access it. 6. Explain how an attacker will avoid being detected following a successful penetration attack? By deleting all traces of information that the attacker was there, being careful not to delete too much which could also prove someone was there. 7. What method does an attacker use to regain access to an already penetrated system? Most hackers would leave a backdoor into the system. 8. As a security professional, you have been asked to perform an intrusive penetration test which involves cracking into the organization’s WLAN for a company. While performing this task, you are able to retrieve the authentication key. Should you use this and continue testing, or stop here and report your findings to the client? Stop here and report it. 9. Which NIST standards document encompasses security testing and penetrating testing? NIST 800-42 Guideline on Network Security…...

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