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The three-way handshake

The three-way handshake: Ethical Hacking: Scanning Networks
The three-way handshake: Ethical Hacking: Scanning Networks

Transmission Control Protocol, or TCP, is a connection oriented protocol. It begins with a handshake and ends with a termination session. Network scans use parts of the handshake to get responses. Lisa Bock uses Wireshark to discuss the Importance of the three-way handshake, and evaluate the flags that are set during this process.

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Skill Level Intermediate
1h 43m
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