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Re: [Dailydave] From int $13 to distributed object clouds
From: liquidfish (liquidfishgmail.com)
Date: Fri Dec 22 2006 - 20:04:42 CST
> What's the point of messing with 1.1 if you already have it under the
> identity of 2.1? If the goal is to perform as little action as
> possible (e.g. to be covert, to quickly gather data, and/or to reduce
> data analysis and post-grouping), then this is a wasted action.
The results may differ for various reasons. Perhaps the routes go through
different firewalls with different ACL's, so you might be able to access the
HTTP server on the 1.1 interface and not the 2.1 interface. You want the
full picture of what is available on what interfaces and from what sources.
Scanning a single interface does not always give you the full picture for a
host, so intentionally neglecting to scan additional intrfaces, once you
have learned they belong to an already scanned asset would be a mistake.
Additionally, many network daemons may be configured to only listen on a
particular interface. Perhaps the SSH and HTTPS daemons are only accessible
on a management interface. Assets should be identified, list the interfaces
they have, list what is accessible from all interfaces, and then list
anything else that is only accessible from specific interfaces.
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