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Unformatted text preview: Distributed DOS- Comes from multiple Pos, harder to trace Firewall protection- (Software) Port Protection (Hardware) Firewalls- Block ports, hide network address, use packet-filtering (Of packets going to logical ports), use NAT (Network Access Translation assigns IP addresses on a network, not shared with non network devices) Viruses- Programming code (Attaches itself to other programs and causes harm to programs, data, or hardware) Boot sector virus- Virus loaded into memory at startup Logic bomb virus- Based upon a condition (Will be launched after a specific condition) Worms- Travels between systems through network connections Script virus- Scripts hidden on website Macro virus- Attaches to documents Encription virus- Renders document useless and then demands money for reuse of them Polymorphic- has more than one form Multi-partite- broken into multiple parts Stealth- moving or acting in a covert way...
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2008 for the course COMP APPS 110 taught by Professor Belowich during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.
- Spring '08