Lab 1 Wireshark Trace
Objective: Utilize Wireshark as a means to trace three different data stream exchanges to and from a
system.
Procedures:
Start capturing through Wireshark
Connect to USF FTP server:
ftp ftp.usf.edu
username: anonymous
password: abc@d
New Jersey Permit Test Flash Cards
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How to Email Your Professor (without being
annoyingAF)
Every semester, I see the tweets and Facebook posts. My professor friends,
they are annoyed. Their students do not know how to write emails, they say.
What they really mean is that their students dont
DIG DEEP WITH
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empowers you to find the answers your business needs.
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How to Create a
Guest User Profile
To balance the need for cardholder privacy with the desire of many students and
parents to have shared account access, the Fairleigh 1Card Program has
created the "Guest User" feature. This gives cardholders the ability
TARGET
Liza Albaine, Femi Emmanuel, Abdul Hadi, Zain Haider, Kaitlin Loper
Situation
Analysis
Business Objective Statement
Target Corporation is the second largest American retailer and mass
merchandiser. It offers both everyday essentials and fashionable
Apple Store for Education Institutions
To start enjoying the unique benefits Apple offers its education customers,
an Apple Education account must be established for your institution. If you
need to set up an Apple purchasing account for your school or i
Discussion 1 - Overview of Evidence
Due Sunday by 11:59pm
Available after May 16 at 12am
Learning Objectives and Outcomes
Determine the appropriate digital forensic analysis technique for a given
scenario.
Assignment Requirements
Review the information in
TABloomfield Lab 01 Apply the Daubert Standard
CIS 4203 IT Forensics & Investigations
Prof: Shane Hartman
Apply the Daubert Standard Report
Lab 1 Assessment Worksheet
by
Thomas Bloomfield
May 22th, 2016
TABloomfield Lab 01 Apply the Daubert Standard
7/24/
TABloomfield_Assign 11 - Mobile Forensics
CIS 4203 IT Forensics
Prof: Shane Hartman
Assign 11
Mobile Forensics
by
Thomas Bloomfield
June 10rd, 2016
1
TABloomfield_Assign 11 - Mobile Forensics
DigiFirmInvestigationCompany.
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TABloomfield_Assign 03 - Denial of Service Tools
CIS 4203 IT Forensics
Prof: Shane Hartman
Assign 02 - Digital Forensic Firms
by
Thomas Bloomfield
May 29th, 2016
TABloomfield_ Assign 02 - Digital Forensic Firms
Three private investigation firms that offer
TABloomfield_Assign 03 - Denial of Service Tools
CIS 4203 IT Forensics
Prof: Shane Hartman
Assign 03 - Denial of Service Tools
by
Thomas Bloomfield
May 29th, 2016
TABloomfield_Assign 03 - Denial of Service Tools
To: DigiFirm Management
From: Thomas Bloomf
HUMAN RESOURCE
POLICY MANUAL
KARVY FINANCIAL SERVICES
LTD
Human Resource Policy Manual Version 1.4
Karvy Financial Services Ltd
Policy Version
1.4
Release Date
20-Nov-2013
Prepared By
Abhishek Masih
KFSL HR
Approved By
Amit Saxena
CEO & Wholetime Director
Mini-Exam for Senior Project (take-home)
Spring 2013
> SOLUTIONS <
Welcome to your 10% mini-exam for Senior Project. The exam is open book and notes, also open Internet (you may
google, etc.). However, you may not receive or give help from or to another p
Mini-Exam for Senior Project
Fall 2012
> SOLUTIONS <
Welcome to your 10% mini-exam for Senior Project. The exam is open book and notes, also open Internet from your
laptop or other Internet device (you may google, etc.). However, you may not receive or gi
Take Home Mini-Exam for Senior Project
Fall 2011
> SOLUTIONS <
Welcome to the Mini-Exam for Senior Project. Read each problem carefully. There are six required
problems (each worth 16 points - you get 4 points for following these instructions correctly).
Mini-Exam for Senior Project
Spring 2012
> SOLUTIONS <
Welcome to your 10% mini-exam for Senior Project. The exam is open book and notes, also open Internet (you may
google, etc.). However, you may not receive or give help from or to another person by dis
Mini-Exam for Senior Project
Fall 2013
> SOLUTIONS <
Welcome to the Mini Exam for Senior Project. Read each problem carefully. There are six required problems (each worth
16 points - you get 4 points for following these instructions correctly). There is a
Mini-Exam for Senior Project
Spring 2011
> SOLUTIONS <
Welcome to the Mini Exam for Senior Project. Read each problem carefully. There are six required problems (each worth
16 points - you get 4 points for following these instructions correctly). There is
Special Problem
Use the exponentiation algorithm to compute 4126 mod 127
x = 4 , e = 126, m = 127
prod = 1
prod = 1
x = x2 = 42 = 16 mod 127 = 16; e = 126/2 = 63
while (e > 1) cfw_
prod = prodx = 116 = 16
x = x2 = 162 = 256 mod 127 = 2; e = 63/2 = 31
if
Problem 1
(a) Define: the prime subfield of finite field F
The smallest subfield containing the multiplicative identity of
F
(b) Define: primitive element of finite field K
An element whose first n-1 powers are distinct, where n is the
order of the field;
Problem 1
(a) Define: the prime subfield of finite field F
The smallest subfield containing the multiplicative identity of
F
(b) Define: primitive element of finite field K
An element whose first n-1 powers are distinct, where n is the
order of the field;
Advanced Discrete Exam 4 Name (Print) _
Do all work on this exam.
For questions 1 to 5, let f(x) = x3 + x2 + 1 and GF8 = GF2[x]/f(x). The table of powers of in
GF8 is given on the last page of this exam, which you should detach at this time.
1. Prove that
Public Key Homework Problems
1 The ciphertext 5859 was obtained from the RSA algorithm using
m = 11413 and e = 7457. Using the factorization 11413 = 101113,
find the plaintext.
= 100112 = 11200
d = e-1 mod = e-1 mod 11200 = 5793
decoded message = 5859579