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What is output validation?

20. What is a Zombie?

Yes a VLAN can provide scalability because it is configured via software not hardware.

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A system that has been compromised by malware and can be remote controlled by another computer during an attack - usually a DDoS attack. Zombies are also known as bots or network robots.

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A system that has been compromised by malware and can be remote controlled by another computer during an attack - usually a DDoS attack. Zombies are also known as bots or network robots.

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1. Dynamic NAT - A private IP address is mapped to a public IP address drawing from a pool of registered public IP addresses (one-to-many). 2. Static NAT - A private IP address is mapped to a public IP address the public IP address that is being mapp

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1. MD4 - Message Digest 4 (128-bit digest) 2. MD5 - Message Digest 5 (128-bit digest - used in NTLMv2) 3. SHA - Secure Hashing Algorithm (160/256/512-bit digest)

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1. MD4 - Message Digest 4 (128-bit digest) 2. MD5 - Message Digest 5 (128-bit digest - used in NTLMv2) 3. SHA - Secure Hashing Algorithm (160/256/512-bit digest)

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