Data Protection and Attack Mitigation

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Computer Science

Advanced Principles of Cyber Security

Computer Security Fundamentals

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Choose three of the following and write your response to each.

  1. What are the common tools used for DoS?
  2. How does a Virus spread?
  3. What is a Buffer-Overflow attack?
  4. How does a SQL injection attack take place?
  5. Discuss tools that a hacker can use to crack passwords.

Directions:

  • Combined, your responses should be 2-3 pages in length, not including the title or reference pages.
  • Be sure to provide introduction and conclusion.
  • Be sure to provide citations from your readings and additional research to support your statements.
  • Your paper must follow academic writing standards and APA style guidelines, as appropriate.
  • You are strongly encouraged to submit all assignments to the Turnitin Originality Check prior to submitting them to your instructor for grading. Similarity should be less than 20%.

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Running head: ANALYSIS OF DIGITAL SECURITY

DATA PROTECTION AND ATTACK MITIGATION
INSTITUTION AFFILIATION
Instructor’s Name
Students Name
Course Name
Unit Code
Date

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CYBER SECURITY

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Data Protection
Cyber security has become one of the major issues that has emerged in the current technological
environment. In fact, cyberattacks has been one of the new tools of security attacks, with
countries and companies targeting each other. There are various ways through which
cyberattacks are perpetuated.
Question one
The DoS, is fully known as Denial of Service, and is one of the most powerful tools through
which hackers can use to deny the essential services in a company if the harm that they can cause
is realized. In the simplest words, DoS can be defined as ‘an attempt to make a system or server
unavailable for legitimate users and, finally, to take the s...


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