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1) What does STRIDE stand for? Stride stand for Spoofing, Tampering, Repudiation, Information disclosure, Denial of services, Elevation of privilege, STRIDE is a brief name for the threat modeling system in Microsoft. Stride is a brief name for the threat modeling system in Microsoft. Stride is also memory tool for security threat. STRIDE each elements related to a related security property that reduce a threat. 2) Give two examples of S threats. Email spoofing IP address spoofing 3) Give two examples of T threats. A hacker captures the information parcel and changes its source address. A hacker conveys malignant code that ruins the information. 4) Give two examples of R threats. Filing logs files with useless data Finding crypto keys on disk 5) Give two examples of I threat. Source code disclosure Unprotected public code repositories 6) Give two examples of D threats. SYN flooding Smurf 7) Give two examples of E threat. User Group profile Manipulation
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  • Fall '15
  • IP address, IP address spoofing,  Stride stand,  Filing

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