A network protocol analyzer (or network sniffer) such as Wireshark can used for legitimate as well as illegitimate purposes. In a one page paper describe basic uses of a protocol analyzer and discuss how it can be used for legitimate network management as well as attackers seeking network vulnerabilities.
2.1 Create a zone file for the domain, wareagle.com This zone contains:
DNS servers: nsl.wareagle.com, ns2.wareagle.com and ns3.wareagle.com
A web server: www.wareagle.com or wareagle.com
An email server: mail.wareagle.com
A FTP server: ftp.ns.wareagle.com
This material may consist of step-by-step explanations on how to solve a problem or examples of proper writing, including the use of citations, references, bibliographies, and formatting. This material is made available for the sole purpose of studying and learning - misuse is strictly forbidden.1. In general, network sniffers don’t intercept or alter the gathered information; they use it for analyzing metrics of the network by capturing exchanged traffic. Depending on the Ethernet type (shared or switched), the network protocol analyzers work differently and also capture a different number of packets (this is happening because, for instance, in case of shared Ethernet environment, the stations are competing for the same bandwidth and are linked through a hub; the hub sends broadcast messages and the network sniffer attached to it will capture all packets;...