Learn about the new Google QUIC protocol, which provides fast UDP-based web access.
- The quick UDP internet connection…was introduced in 2014, by Google,…to provide reliable HTTP stream transport,…and is being standardized by the IETF.…It effectively replaces the traditional…TCP TLS secure web communications.…Google now includes QUIC in its Chrome and Android products,…and Apache server support is progressing.…QUIC is with the IETF for standardization.…QUIC is a new UDP-based protocol that is low latency,…and incurs less congestion than TCP,…while retaining security equivalent to TCP TLS.…
It incorporates encryption on both HTTP and HTTPS.…As UDP is not session oriented, QUIC introduces a…connection identifier, or CID, to provide session knowledge…and add packet sequence numbers to allow correctly sequenced…message reconstruction.…Establishing a QUIC session is extremely fast when compared…to TCP TLS.…TCP starts with a three way hand shake…to establish the connection.…TLS then requires a further seven or eight packets to…stand up the security.…Compare QUIC, which establishes a secure session…
Note: The topics in this course will prepare you for key objectives on the Certified Ethical Hacker exam. Find an overview of the certification and the exam handbook at https://www.eccouncil.org/programs/certified-ethical-hacker-ceh/.
- Dissecting HTTP/HTTPS protocol
- Working with WebSockets
- Understanding cookies
- Installing testing tools such as Hacme Casino and the Vega Scanner
- Running web application tests
- Practicing your skills
Skill Level Intermediate
Ethical Hacking: Denial of Servicewith Malcolm Shore1h 27m Intermediate
1. Introduction to Web
2. Getting Ready to Test
3. Running Basic Web Application Tests
4. Advanced Web Application Tests
5. Practicing Your Skills
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