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NATO Intelligence Exploitation of the Internet

NATO Intelligence Exploitation of the Internet

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NATO Intelligence Exploitation of the Internet
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The URL of every web page is displayed at the top of your web browser. Get into the
habit of always reading the URL first before looking at the web page. (see How to Read a
URL immediately following this section). Often times you have arrived directly at a web
page via a search result or another hyperlink. You may be several levels "deep" in a
particular web site. Study the URL and determine what kind of web server the page is
hosted within. For example, delete the latter half of the URL and visit the main page at
"computer.domain.name"

• If "company.domain.name" looks to be an Internet provider, or web hosting
service, then the specific web page you were viewing probably belongs to a user
of that service. At this point, your focus is strictly on the individual user. Go back
to the URL and see of there is a logical breaking point in the URL. For example:
http://company.domain.name/pathname/filename.ext can be shortened to
http://company.domain.name/pathname If Pathname is a User_ID_NAME,
then this approach should bring you to home page for a users' directory.

• If "company.domain.name" is some kind of specific organization that you want to
learn more about, then proceed to the next steps.

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