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Re: Topology discover
From: DMORROW5 () satx rr com
Date: Thu, 22 Sep 2005 10:11:47 -0700

Just a suggestion, but perhaps you should consider looking at any 
router/switch configurations. Sometimes manually mapping out your 
network can be just as insightful as automated methods.

regards,

Dana Morrow

----- Original Message -----
From: RSMC <smcsoc () yahoo es>
Date: Wednesday, September 21, 2005 1:57 pm
Subject: Topology discover


Hi there,

I am currently performing a pen-test in the internal network of a 
company.I am used to pen-testing systems and the set of 
applications they
support, looking for vulnerabilities in software version, logic or
misconfiguration.
I have also considered routing and protocol attacks as ARP 
spoofing and
RIP packet injection.

But I think I am missing some techniques to find out what the 
topology
is. I know about traceroute, firewalk and CDP, but I would like to 
knowif there is a whitepaper or documentation that explains how to 
find out
as much as possible about the enviroment I am in. Help about 
discoveringVLANs is also welcomed.

Thanks in advance.


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