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  • Domain Name System Or Dns Is A Mechanism For Resolving Host Names Into Internet Protocol

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    Domain Name System or DNS is a mechanism for resolving host names into Internet Protocol (IP) addresses and IP addresses back into host names. This is important because personally I feel as though it can be kind of challenging to remember IP addresses so like a phone book if you don’t know a person’s number but you can remember their name it can make things a whole lot easier. So basically DNS is essentially providing that same service to computers. Paul Mockapetris originally designed DNS at

  • Case Study Of Cyber-Terrorism

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    Case study: Anonymous While the motivation of terrorist acts remains the same, the rapid evolution of technique has provided to those that use terror as a method to attain their goals, new weapons with a potential that is not fully quantified. The database, the measures of protection and security, the equipments meant to reassure our safety are exposed to those new types of weapons, the traditional methods of fight becoming impractical. The cyber-crimes are a supplement for cyber-terrorism in

  • Case Study: Cyber-Terrorism

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    Case study: Anonymous While the motivation of terrorist acts remains the same, the rapid evolution of technique has provided to those that use terror as a method to attain their goals, new weapons with a potential that is not fully quantified. The database, the measures of protection and security, the equipment meant to reassure our safety are exposed to those new types of weapons, the traditional methods of fight becoming impractical. The cyber-crimes are a supplement for cyber-terrorism in what

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