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RFID and NFC Attacks – SY0-601 CompTIA Security+ : 1.4

RFID and NFC Attacks – SY0-601 CompTIA Security+ : 1.4

January 5, 2021

RFID and NFC have become common technologies on our mobile devices. In this video, you’ll learn about security concerns associated with RFID and NFC and what type of attacks might be associated with these technologies. << Previous Video: Wireless Jamming Next: Randomizing Cryptography >>

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Wireless Jamming – SY0-601 CompTIA Security+ : 1.4

Wireless Jamming – SY0-601 CompTIA Security+ : 1.4

January 5, 2021

A wireless network relies on a clear frequency spectrum for optimal operation. In this video, you’ll learn about different wireless jamming techniques and how to locate the source of the interference. << Previous Video: Wireless Disassociation Attacks Next: RFID and NFC Attacks >>

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Wireless Disassociation Attacks – SY0-601 CompTIA Security+ : 1.4

Wireless Disassociation Attacks – SY0-601 CompTIA Security+ : 1.4

January 5, 2021

An encrypted wireless network may not stop all types of attacks. In this video, I’ll demonstrate a wireless disassociation attacks and you’ll learn how to prevent them.

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Bluejacking and Bluesnarfing – SY0-601 CompTIA Security+ : 1.4

Bluejacking and Bluesnarfing – SY0-601 CompTIA Security+ : 1.4

January 5, 2021

Bluetooth technology is now quite robust and secure, but it wasn’t always that way. In this video, you’ll learn about unwanted Bluejacking messages and how attackers were able to retrieve information from your phone with Bluesnarfing. << Previous Video: Rogue Access Points and Evil Twins Next: Wireless Disassociation Attacks >>

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Rogue Access Points and Evil Twins – SY0-601 CompTIA Security+ : 1.4

Rogue Access Points and Evil Twins – SY0-601 CompTIA Security+ : 1.4

January 5, 2021

An unwanted wireless access point can be a significant security concern. In this video, you’ll learn about rogue access points, evil twins, and how to prevent or limit the use these wireless technologies. << Previous Video: Other Application Attacks Next: Bluejacking and Bluesnarfing >>

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Other Application Attacks – SY0-601 CompTIA Security+ : 1.3

Other Application Attacks – SY0-601 CompTIA Security+ : 1.3

January 3, 2021

There are many options available for the knowledgeable attacker. In this video, you’ll learn about memory vulnerabilities, directory traversal, improper error handling, API attacks, and resource exhaustion. << Previous Video: Race Conditions Next: Rogue Access Points and Evil Twins >>

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Race Conditions – SY0-601 CompTIA Security+ : 1.3

Race Conditions – SY0-601 CompTIA Security+ : 1.3

January 3, 2021

Developers must plan for every possible contingency. In this video, you’ll learn how attackers can use race conditions to exploit applications and systems.

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SSL Stripping – SY0-601 CompTIA Security+ : 1.3

SSL Stripping – SY0-601 CompTIA Security+ : 1.3

January 3, 2021

An attacker might be able to perform an HTTP downgrade attack to view traffic that you assumed was encrypted. In this video, you’ll learn about SSL stripping and how attackers can use on-path attacks to manipulate the SSL negotiation process. << Previous Video: Driver Manipulation Next: Race Conditions >>

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Driver Manipulation – SY0-601 CompTIA Security+ : 1.3

Driver Manipulation – SY0-601 CompTIA Security+ : 1.3

January 3, 2021

If they can’t infect your application, an attacker might try infecting your drivers. In this video, you’ll learn about driver manipulation and how shimming and refactoring can be used to exploit your operating system. << Previous Video: Request Forgeries Next: SSL Stripping >>

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Request Forgeries – SY0-601 CompTIA Security+ : 1.3

Request Forgeries – SY0-601 CompTIA Security+ : 1.3

January 3, 2021

An attacker can take advantage of legitimate cross-site requests and turn them into a malicious exploit. In this video, you’ll learn about cross-site request forgeries and server-side request forgeries. << Previous Video: Replay Attacks Next: Driver Manipulation >>

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