Security in Computing (3rd Edition)

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Solutions 1. (1 pts.) Any questions? All constructive responses awarded full credit. 2. (4 pts.) Getting started (a) Sentence must be somewhere near name on the first page to receive credit. (b) Quote from CS161 Website: “Homeworks are to be done individually, on your own (not in groups).” Additionally, “For homeworks, you must always write up the solutions on your own. Similarly, you may use references to help solve homework problems, but you must write up the solution on your own and cite your sources. You may not share written work or programs with anyone else. You may not receive help on homework assignments from students who have taken the course in previous years, and you may not review homework solutions from previous years.” (c) Registration with the grading system will be verified for credit. (d) Quote from CS161 newsgroup: “My favorite security-related book is Bill Cheswick, Steve Bellovin, and Avi Rubin's _Firewalls and Internet Security: Repelling the Wily Hacker_. It's a classic. Even if you don't care about firewalls, it teaches a lot about network security, and there a lot one can learn about their general philosophy and approach to security that will be useful elsewhere in security. (My second favorite is Ross Anderson's _Security Engineering_, which is the optional text for this class.) 3) (45pts.) Attack Trees (a) Express goals using an attack tree with one level.
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