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SRT210 Assignment1

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Part 3: Report (10 marks)
Write a report, where you describe (in your own words):
* What you were trying to accomplish.
* What you had to do to set everything up (most important are the networking, routing, and firewall configurations).
* Describe how the tool you chose for Part 2 works, how you used it, and why it gave you the results that it gave you.
* Describe at least two ways to make brute-force SSH attacks less likely to be successful.
* Describe any challenges you ran into and how you solved them.
# The report must be in a PDF format otherwise it will be considered unreadable. The text part of the report can use a Serif or Sans-Serif font (such as Arial or DejaVu Sans) but the configuration file output must be in a fixed-width (such as Courier or MonoType)# The Very FIRST FEW LINES MUST CONTAIN: Full Name, your MySeneca username, and your student ID.# What you had to do to set everything up (most important are the networking, routing, and firewall configurations). Screenshots might of the configuration files are acceptable, however, the screenshot must be helpful but readable. If the font is too small (less than 12 pt) or the screenshot is blurry, you will lose marks. You may take multiple screenshots of a long configuration file provided they show the previous few lines to show continuation. Ideally, it is best (and probably fastest) to use scp to get the configurations out of the VMs and append them into your report.# Describe any challenges you ran into and how you solved them.# Screenshots are not required for this part of the report. Each screenshot must:#: * Clearly be labelled the test you are proving (for example: Connect to http://lin1a2.yourmysenecaid.ops from c7host).#: * Show the interaction between c7host (or lin2) in a readable (12 pt) font.#: * The report should be at least two pages long, not including screenshots, titles, prompt on the terminal MUST show the logged in user and hostname of the VM.#: * Use curl to connect to the web server. Pipe the output from curl into another Unix utility and other fluffrestrict that output to a maximum of 4 lines.
== Submit ==
Submit the report on Blackboard.
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