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A taxonomy of eavesdropping attacks
draft-richardson-saag-onpath-attacker-02

Document Type Expired Internet-Draft (individual)
Authors Michael Richardson , Jonathan Hoyland
Last updated 2021-08-26 (Latest revision 2021-02-22)
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Abstract

The terms on-path attacker and Man-in-the-Middle Attack have been used in a variety of ways, sometimes interchangeably, and sometimes meaning different things. This document offers an update on terminology for network attacks. A consistent set of terminology is important in describing what kinds of attacks a particular protocol defends against, and which kinds the protocol does not.

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Michael Richardson
Jonathan Hoyland

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