____ is a social engineering practice in which a person attempts to glean access or authentication information by posing as someone who needs that information.
In a ____ attack, a person redirects or captures secure transmissions as they occur.
Transmission and hardware
A router that is not configured to drop packets that match certain suspicious characteristics is an example of a risk associated with ____.
Protocols and software
An NOS that contains a "back door" is an example of a risk associated with ____.
A ____ attack occurs when an Internet chat user sends commands to a victim's machine that cause the screen to fill with garbage characters and requires the victim to terminate their chat session.
A ____ attack occurs when a system becomes unable to function because it has been deluged with data transmissions or otherwise disrupted.
A ____ main function is to examine packets and determine where to direct them based on their Network layer addressing information.
A ____ firewall is a router (or a computer installed with software that enables it to act as a router) that examines the header of every packet of data it receives to determine whether that type of packet is authorized to continue its destination.
A ____ attack occurs when a hacker uses programs that try a combination of a user ID and every word in a dictionary to gain access to the network.
A ____ attack occurs when a hacker tries numerous possible character combinations to find the key that will decrypt encrypted data.
A(n) ____ is a password-protected and encrypted file that holds an individual's identification information, including a public key.
The use of certificate authorities to associate public keys with certain users in known as ____.
____ is a public key encryption system that can verify the authenticity of an e-mail sender and encrypt e-mail data in transmission.