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What are some Cookie types? persistent session first-party third-party
The process of verifying the identity of a user who logs on to a system, or the integrity of transmitted data Authentication
No user name or password are required, and authentication is handled transparently by the browser and server Anonymous logon
A user name and password are required, and that information is sent as plain text Basic authentication
Symmetric (private-key) encryption The same key is used to encrypt and decrypt messages
Two keys are used to encrypt and decrypt messages: a public key and a private key Asymmetric (public-key)
Uses hashes to verify the integrity of transmitted messages Hash (one-way) encryption
You must have the proper digital certificate to gain access Digital certificates
Used to log on to private and public networks, including the Internet User names and passwords
Electronic signatures that verify the identity of the message sender Digital signatures
Digital signatures prove that a transaction or transmission took place; neither the sender nor the receiver can later deny the action Non-repudiation
The process of converting data into an unreadable form of text Encryption
The process of converting the encrypted data back to its original form Decryption
A mathematical algorithm Key
A protocol for secure exchanges Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)
Damages computers and networks, often alters files to damage or destroy data Virus
Resides in active memory and replicates itself until an entire disk is full Worm
Installs hidden services on systems Illicit server
Allows remote access to a computer by an attacker Client code
Infects destination computer and enables the attacker to control it Server code
A collection of hardware, software and corporate policies that prevents unauthorized access to or from private networks Firewall
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