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Old 03-10-2018, 03:10 PM   #1
kirikiriya
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Smile Find DNS and LDAP servers using commands grep & awk


using the nmap.txt file attached. Please find following

Hint: Use the commands grep & awk

a) What operating system are the LDAP Servers running?
b) Which host/s is/are running DNS?

Please find the nmap.txt below
https://drive.google.com/open?id=193...GJaj9hnXNWvGSn
 
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using the nmap.txt file attached. Please find following

Hint: Use the commands grep & awk

a) What operating system are the LDAP Servers running?
b) Which host/s is/are running DNS?

Please find the nmap.txt below
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