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DNS resolution attacks by flooding spoofed replies

In one scenario, an adversary has to access the communication channel between the client and the server. Thus the adversary can sniff that a query is coming from the client and also can see the ...
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What are these http requests trying to break?

The best answer I've found so far is a comment by "Jeff" on this question: someone is trying to SQL injection me.. what are they trying to do? : "The exploiter will watch if those three ...
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Can a simcard's public IP be accessed?

Mobile network subscribers' access to the Internet (whether IoT or not) is almost always behind something called Carrier Grade NAT (or CG-NAT, CGN). This means the IPv4 address of the subscriber (or ...
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