Ch 6: Traffic Analysis in Network Forensics

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Review fun lessons in this self-paced chapter to learn all about traffic analysis in network forensics. Paired with the lessons are short quizzes you can take any time to check your comprehension and ensure you're ready to take an upcoming test or complete a project.

Traffic Analysis in Network Forensics - Chapter Summary

Understanding traffic analysis in network forensics is made simple with the entertaining lessons in this chapter. Developed by expert instructors, the lessons take a close look at network traffic analysis, network scanners, how to use sniffers in monitoring networks and more. To find out how well you comprehend these and other topics, be sure to take our multiple-choice quizzes and chapter exam. If you have questions about specific concepts, feel free to submit them to our experts. Our resources are available 24 hours a day to ensure you're able to study when your schedule permits. Once you've completed this chapter, you will be ready to:

  • Detail the process of capturing network traffic
  • Differentiate between flow analysis and packet analysis
  • Define and describe network traffic flows and sessions
  • Discuss the use of a network scanner
  • Explain the significance of detecting network and port scans and illegitimate TCP state sequences
  • Describe how anomalous patterns in network traffic are detected using the regression model
  • Share reasons for using sniffers in monitoring networks

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