Security in Computing, 4 th Ed, Pfleeger. Chapter 7. Security in Networks. Part 1: Threats in Networks. Chapter 7. Security in Networks. In this chapter Networks vs. stand-alone applications and environments: differences and similarities
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Security in Networks
Part 1: Threats in Networks
Figure 7-11 Unclear Network Boundaries.
Figure 7-12 Uncertain Message Routing in a Network.
session hijacking, and man-in-the-middle attacks.
Figure 7-15 Key Interception by a Man-in-the-Middle Attack.
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Figure 7-16 Smurf Attack.
Figure 7-17 Three-Way TCP Connection Handshake.
Figure 7-18 Distributed Denial-of-Service Attack.
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