A family of standards that defines the basics of wireless technologies and how they will interact and function.
A form of OS fingerprinting that involves actively requesting information from the target system. This means getting the information faster but also at greater risk of exposure than is the case in passive fingerprinting.
The process of searching for and identifying a session and taking it over in order to interact with the victim's system. Performed on networks where switches are in play.
The process of sniffing network traffic when a switch is involved and splitting the network into different logical collision domains.