Anonymous Logins are a feature that allows the user to set up a service that is accessible by any user. It doesn’t need specific credentials to access that resource. Various servers that wish to host data that should be accessible to a wide range of users via anonymous logins. In real life, while performing network penetration testing, a tester should be able to identify the anonymous service and test it. We will also be looking behind the scenes at how these anonymous services are setup on our local target machine running Ubuntu. We will be learning about the FTP service and the SMB service.