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DAC (Discretionary Access Control)
A form of control with certain access
permissions capable of passing that commission directly or indirectly.
Refer to MAC RBAC
Assuring data has not be modified
DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service)
State of no service to legitimate
users of a service such as DNS, email. With more than one system attacking
a single target. A variation of a DoS because the service is being overloaded
with bogus requests from multiple sources. Common attacks include: Syn
Flood, Teardrop, and Smurf
Spam with long lists of random words
meant to poison the filter and defeat Bayesian analysis.469
DoS (Denial of Service)
More than one system attacking a
single target. A variation of DoS. Refer to DoS
A series of attempts to crack a password
using every possible guess
A backup of all changed files since
the last full or archival backup. Refer to Incremental backup
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