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    4. CONTROLLING IP SPOOFING IP addresses are unique addresses used to identify a node on the network. But the attackers have been able to fake or spoof their IP addresses masquerading as someone else while they do the malicious work, and this in a sense defeats the point of having an address system for uniquely identifying everyone. Thus considerable research is being carried out to detect such digital impostors and reveal at the very least stop them from accessing the resource if the spoofing can’t be stopped. IP spoofing is very popular for reasons like it makes discerning of attack traffic from legit one extremely difficult and it also makes it difficult to pinpoint the true attacker. IP spoofing is used by many DDOS attacks because to the…

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    The reason for blocking ports from the normal traffic is the access control. Firstly, firewalls used to block ports is to defend a network parties which is trying to access the internal service from outside. The unused and unsafe ports should be closed when they are not in use in case of the attacks through these ports. The blocking service prevents the DNS Spoofing, which is an attack to return an incorrect IP address as the response. Secondly, the firewalls restrict the service that are deemed…

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    he already has access to the network and with his knowledge of hacking he decided to start spying and searching for inform on the human resource records system. To do this he plugs his personal computer into and extra network slot located in his office and use nmap network scanning tool to scan and gather information on all the devices on the work network, by using a spoofed local server IP address to hide his identity. After he identified all of the hosts on the network he narrowed the search…

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    Human Memory And Memory

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    connect using a network connection such as Transmission Control Protocol and Internet Protocol. It allows to share files and see the other computers on the network and it makes possible for the printers to be shared on a network. There are two types of connection LAN – local area network is when computers connected on the same network and WAN – multiple network is called wide area network. Your home has router and its given the IP address to each device in your network. The router sends an IP…

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    same thing manually. While it would be difficult (not to mention inefficient, more expensive, and beyond the scope of this article) to hook up three or more computers with crossover cables instead of using a switch and straight through cables, hooking up just two computers with a crossover cable is easier and cheaper than using a switch and straight through cables. I made the cable and connected the computers, but they still can 't talk to each other If your computer is usually hooked up to a…

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    Home Network Analysis

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    devices can be anything that can connect with another one to form a Local area Network (LAN): modem, router, hub, switch, Desktop computer, laptop, printer, Xbox, PlayStation, smart TV, tablet, IP…

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    I. Introduction: a) Definitions: Internet Protocol Suite is the set of communications protocols used for the Internet and other similar networks. It is commonly also known as TCP/IP. According to https://www.princeton.edu/~achaney/tmve/wiki100k/docs/Internet_Protocol_Suite.html NEETs: is “Not in Education, Employment, or Training”. b) Introduction: The world of communication technique has a lot of varieties after every single decade as a result on the humane intelligence and the wide range orbit…

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    Ethernet Network Essay

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    This diagram illustrates a Local Area Network implemented using an Ethernet connection on a bus topology model. It is a LAN because there is no indication of considerable distance between the computers or departments. It is in Bus topology as since the computers connect to the network by connecting to the network cable. This as opposed to a star network topology setup. Next to each network component is an Internet Protocol (IP) address. Each IP consists of four number whose value can range from…

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    Annotated Translation

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    Translation means changing the text from source language into Target Language. In Oxford Advance Learner’s Dictionary accessed from internet on June 12th, 2015, translation is the process of changing something that is written or spoken into another language. Larson (1984:3) states that “Translation is transferring the meaning of the source language into the receptor language. This is done by going from the form of the first language to the form of a second language by way of semantic structure”.…

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