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ALSO CALLED: Network Intrusion Prevention, Host Intrusion Prevention, Intrusion Protection, Network Intrusion Management
DEFINITION: Diffie-Hellman key exchange, also called exponential key exchange, is a method of digital encryption that uses numbers raised to specific powers to produce decryption keys on the basis of components that are never directly transmitted, making the task of a would-be code breaker mathematically overwhelming. To implement Diffie-Hellman, the two end users Alice and Bob, while communicating over a channel  … 
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The Four Key Qualities of Effective Host Intrusion Prevention Solutions: Defining Deep HIP
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WHITE PAPER: Not all Host Intrusion Prevention (HIP) solutions are created equal, some provide more comprehensive protection, higher performance, more robust security and a lower total cost of ownership than others.
Posted: 19 May 2005 | Published: 01 Mar 2005

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Wireless LAN Security - What Hackers Know That You Don't
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WHITE PAPER: What do hackers know that you don't? An understanding of the latest hacker techniques will help you take proactive steps to secure your wireless networks. This white paper examines methods, skills and tools hackers use to exploit vulnerabilities.
Posted: 07 Nov 2002 | Published: 31 Dec 2005

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INTRUSION PREVENTION DEFINITION (continued): …  they know to be private, mutually agree on positive whole numbers p and q, such that p is a prime number and q is a generator of p. The generator q is a number that, when raised to positive whole-number powers less than p, never produces the same result for any two such whole numbers. The value of p may be large but the value of q is usually small.Once Alice and Bob have agreed on p and q in private, they choose positive whole-number personal keys a and b, both less than the prime-number modulus p. Neither user divulges their personal key to anyone; ideally they memorize these numbers and do not … 
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