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There are actually 3-4 questions in your post, and they can mostly be answered with just networking answers. if I spoof the "source" IP to an IP of the segment 172.16.x.x, will spoofing work? It depends what you mean by "work", but the principle of spoofing is to fake packet and see what happens. You can fake what you want, the idea will be then to ...


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While you are upgrading the system, you don't want to build the same level of security, but rather, a better level of security. You want to do real authentication, not just IP restrictions. This can be done by, for example, using hardware security module installed in the workstation. The HSM uses Public Key Authorization to authenticate the machine to the ...


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It's possible to spoof the destination IP, so when the server sends the TCP/IP payload, it goes to the SPOOF IP, and not your computer. You can also do this in the process of a MiTM attack, so you can change the payload before it's sent, and have it processed on the other computer. Or even the server it's self, which is illegal. IP Spoofing it's self is ...



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