The employee workstations at Acme are a mix of Windows XP, Windows Vista, OpenSuse, and MAC. Each workstation obtains an IP address from a DHCP server at Acme. Each workstation has anti-virus, spyware, office applications, email, and Firefox web browser. Based on its job function, the workstation may also have database, graphic, or accounting software installed. The MIS department is responsible for installing and maintaining all applications on the employee workstations.
The file and print servers are mostly Windows 2003 using Active Directory, but there are some older Windows 2000 servers scheduled to be replaced. The Linux servers running Apache are used to support the company internal and external websites. Microsoft Exchange is used as the email application.
The company is using all Cisco firewalls, routers, and switches. The NOS is in a secure room in the center of the building. The firewalls are configured to filter out Internet-based attempts to access Acme’s servers and desktop computers, but it admits email, Web, and FTP traffic destined for specifically hardened servers.
Acme headquarters and the warehouse are located in the same physical building. The north side of the building contains the offices, while the south side of the building is used for the warehouse. The switches have VLANs defined, one for headquarters, one for the warehouse.
Identify what resources need to be scanned and the possible vulnerabilities.
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