A type of connection that directly attaches to a cable.
See Transmission Control Protocol (TCP).
- TCP ACK attack
An attack that begins as a normal TCP connection and whose purpose is to deny service. It's also known as a TCP SYN flood.
- TCP sequence attack
An attack wherein the attacker intercepts and then responds with a sequence number similar to the one used in the original session. The attack can either disrupt a session or hijack a valid session.
- TCP SYN flood
See TCP ACK attack.
- TCP wrapper
A low-level logging package designed for Unix systems.
See Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP).
- TCP/IP hijacking
An attack in which the attacker commandeers a TCP session from a legitimate user after ...