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SSH (Secure Shell)
A method for secure access to a remote
Ports which are open (therefore vulnerable)
its existence being known
A backdoor similar to NetBus or Back
Similar to a hub however it learns
MAC addresses of connected devices and creates a virtual circuit. IDS
needs a tap to work on a switched network
SWP (Secure WLAN Protocol)
An upcoming protocol
Encryption which uses the same key
(shared secret). Refer to asymmetric
Making requests using the TCP 3-way
handshake faster than a resource can support them. A type of DoS attack
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