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CNA 435. Offensive and Defensive Security Principles and Techniques Lab

Credits: 1
Department: Computer Networking and Applications
Description: Hands-on experiments on vulnerability testing, packet crafting, attack target identification, payload generation, and virtualization.
Prerequisites: CNA 426 or ECE 423 or CSCI 413
Corequisites: CNA 431
Semester Offered: Spring
Grading Method: ABCDF
Lab: Lab

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Test security vulnerabilities of protocols in the OSI layer
2. Craft malformed packets and analyze response
3. Apply virtualization techniques, and design virtual honeypots
4. Identify attack targets, and generate attack payload

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