We rely on session identification to manage many aspects of our application use, but an insecure session ID can be a significant security concern. In this video, you’ll learn about browser cookies, session IDs, session hijacking, and header manipulation.
IPsec is a standard used across many network security devices. In this video, you’ll learn about IPsec phases, the differences between transport and tunnel mode, and how IPsec is used for user-to-site and site-to-site security.
We rely on our remote access software to build logical tunnels and encrypt the data sent through the tunnel. In this video, we’ll learn about the different protocols and technologies used to build tunnels and encrypt our remote access data.
Wireless encryption has changed through the years. In this video, you’ll learn about the early days of 802.11 encryption with WEP and the migration to the current WPA encryption technologies.
One of your customers has asked for a secure interactive terminal connection for the management of a router. What encrypted communication protocol could they use to provide this requirement?
What protocol is used to encrypt the connection between a client and a server over a terminal connection?