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Footprinting is an ethical hacking approach that collects as much information as possible about a targeted computer system, infrastructure, and networks in order to find ways to break into them. It's one of the most effective ways to uncover flaws.

Active Footprinting and passive Footprinting are the two types of Footprinting that can be used. Active Footprinting is the practise of gathering information on a target utilising tools and techniques such as ping sweeps and the traceroute command.

Hackers utilise fingerprinting as the first and most convenient method of gathering information about computer systems and the companies to which they belong. Footprinting is used to discover as much as possible about a system, including its remote access capabilities, ports and services, and security features.

Footprinting is used to learn about a company's security posture. Analyze the target's security posture, look for flaws, and devise an attack strategy. Choose a focal area. Reduce the number of IP addresses using various tools and strategies.

Footprinting allows attackers to learn about the target organization's security posture. It assists attackers in narrowing their target to a certain range of IP addresses, networks, domain domains, and so on.

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