It540 Unit 3 Assignment

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Running Head: PERFORM A FORENSICS ANALYSIS OF A NETWORK BREAK-IN

Perform a Forensics Analysis of a Network Break-in
Tiffany McGarr
IT540-02: Management of Information Security
Dr. Flick
January 10, 2014

Table of Contents
Abstract……………………………………………………………………………………………3
Part One:
Screen Shots for OSForensics………………………………………………………………….4&5
Part Two:
What servers were compromised?...................................................................................................6
Was network equipment compromised?.............................................................................................................................6&7
What user accounts were employed to gain access?..................................................................7&8
What vulnerabilities were exploited?..............................................................................................8
What can be done to prevent a recurrence?................................................................................8&9
Conclusion………………………………………………………………………………………...9
References……………………………………………………………………………………….10

Abstract The purpose of this paper was to perform a forensics analysis of a network break-in. In the first part of the paper, six screen shots are inserted from the OSForensics software. In the second part of the paper, it discussed how to go about finding information when you are told there has been a break-in. There were five essay questions that went along with this scenario. The first question discussed utilities that would be used to establish what servers were compromised. Web shells, administrative interfaces, and general attack activity were three indicators to make this determination. The second question involved identifying methodologies to find out what network equipment was…...

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