Join Mike Chapple for an in-depth discussion in this video Eavesdropping attacks, part of CompTIA CySA+ (CS0-002) Cert Prep: 2 Vulnerability Management.
- [Instructor] In some cases, … an attacker can gain physical … or logical access to the network … and eavesdrop on communications between two systems. … These attacks can be especially dangerous … because they allow the attacker … to potentially decrypt encrypted communications … and view confidential information … without the sender's knowledge or consent. … All eavesdropping attacks require some compromise … of the communications path between a client and a server. … This might include tapping into a network device or cable … or conducting a DNS or ARP poisoning attack … to trick a system … into sending traffic directly to an attacker … instead of the intended recipient. … Let's look at two attacks based upon eavesdropping. … Man in the middle attacks and replay attacks. … Here's how most people imagine … web communication takes place. … The user running a web browser initiates a connection … to a server located somewhere off in a data center. … The reality is that those communications travel …
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- Configuring vulnerability scans
- Reporting scan results
- Barriers to vulnerability remediation
- Analyzing scan reports
- Common server, endpoint, and network vulnerabilities
- Software security issues, such as SQL injection
- Access control vulnerabilities
Skill Level Advanced
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1. Creating a Vulnerability Management Program
2. Configuring and Executing Vulnerability Scans
3. Remediating Vulnerabilities
4. Analyzing Scan Results
5. Common Vulnerabilities
6. Software Security Issues
7. Specialized Technology Vulnerabilities
8. Access Control Vulnerabilities
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