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Finding IP Addresses of Other Network Interfaces on Linux

The scenario for this post is that you’re connected to the local LAN of the systems you’re pentesting – possibly in a DMZ or multi-tiered architecture. ┬áIf you’re on an externally-facing LAN, you may find that there aren’t many network services to explore. As your pentest starts to look more like a vulnerability assessment, you [...]

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The Science of Safely Finding an Unused IP Address

During pentests you’re often allocated an IP by the client or can get one via DHCP. There are times, however when the client might expect you find a free IP on your own. Or you might want to check that the client hasn’t assigned you an IP address that’s already in use. I’m sure we’ve [...]

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