A kind of attack in which one system, program, or user successfully masquerades as another.

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What is a AUTH-KEY in the security of the computers?

I'm studying security in computers and in particular the URL Spoofing. I understand that a form of URL spoofing is phishing. Then I read that a countermeasure against phishing is the authentication ...
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802.11w protected management frames - Wi-Fi

I've been reading about protected management frames, introduced in 802.11w, and had a few questions. Apparently, a message integrity check is provided with de-authentication frames, allowing either ...
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How can spoofing a certain MAC address enable sending probe requests that I was never connected to?

I was wondering how could my computer that uses a spoofed MAC address be sending probe requests for APs that I was never connected to? Note: The other computer with the original MAC address I was ...
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Rogue WPAD server attack

Today I encountered something I have certainly not seen before first hand. Our IDS blocked some outbound traffic attempts from 5 servers with no WAN access. This traffic was leading to an inactive ...
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WPA2-Enterprise - unable to find a way around Lanner Electronics

I have currently been working in an environment where I am connected to a WPA2-Enterprise network requiring me to enter my username and password for the network whenever I connect. I have been asked ...
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Behaviour of DNS query packet

When the configured name server resolver is not reachable, the query packet will retransmitted after certain t times (in windows, every 1 seconds until 8 seconds,max). The behaviour of the legitimate ...
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“[!] Something went wrong.. Try again” sendmail with setoolkit in kali behind tor

I've been working in a little project, and the goal right now is spoof an e-mail address. That simple, but doing it in an elegant way. I've done the following, using Kali on a VM (in VirtualBox) I ...