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  1. #1
    Junior Member
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    Mar 2002

    Define the Following

    Does any one know what the following are:

    - Dod D-base
    - Logic Bomb
    - Password Sniffer
    - Worm
    - Cipher
    - Vernam Encryption
    - Ds-3 Connection
    - Central Encryption
    - Network IP Range
    - IDS Logs
    - Internal Clock
    - Back Door
    - Torjan Horse
    - Keylogger

    And what the following stand for:

    - Dun
    - TCP
    - IP
    - CSS
    - Dword
    - SSl
    - DES
    - RSA
    - PGP
    - BIOS
    - CISCO
    - AT
    - ATH0
    - ISP
    - TTL
    - UDP
    - ICMP
    - SYN

    PLease help Thanks!
    Welcome Yousefj32uk

  2. #2
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    May 2002
    Simple look it all up on Best help you can get is read about it yourself. You will learn more.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    May 2002
    Looks like a definitions list for a school project.

    Take a look at the Jargon Dept on the site, it should have most of your answers.
    The more I deal with people, the more I LOVE my computer.

  4. #4
    Dod D-base is a database program.

    Logic Bomb-,00.html

    Password Sniffer- A trojan horse that listens (usually) on a low port. Also see "packet sniffer"

    Worm-Code that replicates over a network but does not append itself to binaries/executables.


    Vernam Encryption-

    DS-3 Connection-

    Central Encryption-

    Network IP Range-

    IDS Logs-

    Internal Clock-

    Backdoors and trojans are basically the same thing.-

    Keylogger- records everything you type. Can be a standalone application or part of a trojan.backdoor.

    DUN: Dial Up Networking
    TCP- Transmission Control Protocol
    IP- Internet Protocol
    CSS- Cascading Style Sheets
    DWORD- is 32 bits long. See the awesome Art Of Assmebly page here for everything you ever wanted to know about data representation...
    SSI- Server Side Include
    DES-Data Encryption Standard
    RSA- is a public key encryption designed by RSA Data Security, Inc.
    PGP- Pretty Good Privacy developed by Phil Zimmerman
    BIOS- Basic Input Output System
    CISCO- could, or could not be true...
    AT- Is a form factor for motherboards
    ATH0- From what I can recall, modem disconnect??
    ISP- Internet Service Provider
    TTL- Time To Live
    UDP-User Datagram Protocol
    ICMP- Internet Control Message Protocol
    SYN- SYN is one stage in the communication sequence TCP uses for establishing
    connections. Also look up ACK.

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