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*DHCP/Directory Traversal Attacks/CYCRIPT*

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) assigns IP addresses dynamically. This means that you do not have the same IP address all of the time. Most of the time, these IP address assignments are on a local area network. Remember, on LANs we use private IP addresses. When each device is connected to the LAN, it must request an IP address. That device sends that request to the DHCP server that then assigns an IP address to that system for a fixed length of time known as a "lease."

*Directory Traversal Attacks*
This type of attacks exploits bugs in the web server to gain unauthorized access to files and folders that are not in the public domain. Once the attacker has gained access, they can download sensitive information, execute commands on the server or install malicious software.

Cycript remains one of the best hacking tools to be used on iPhones. It enables developers to associate with applications running on iOS. The programming is done through Objective-C++ and JavaScript language structure. It highlights tab finishing and language structure features, giving it a practical and desktop-like feel.

*DHCP/Directory Traversal Attacks/CYCRIPT* *DHCP/Directory Traversal Attacks/CYCRIPT* Reviewed by Shirley Bloggastron on 7:04 PM Rating: 5

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