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  • Working within the cloud, Imperva Web Application Firewall (WAF) blocks malicious requests at the edge of your network. This includes preventing malware injection attempts by compromised insiders in addition to reflected XSS attacks deriving from a phishing episode.
  • messages resemble their legitimate
  • but typically
  • have a misspelled domain name or extra subdomains.
  • of urgency.
  • by creating a sense
  • n
  • attackers will usually try to push users into actio
  • designing phishing messages to mimic actual emails from a spoofed organization.
  • numbers game.
  • Email phishing
  •  reflected XSS attack
  • hijack the user’s session cookie
  • redirected
  • original password to gain access to secured areas o
  • both new and existing passwords
  • redirected
  • The attacker, monitoring the page, hijacks the
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  • An organization succumbing to such an attack typically sustains severe financial losses
  • phishing i
  • networks
  • corporate or governmental
  • For individuals, this includes unauthorized purchases, the stealing of funds, or identify theft.
  • the freezing of the system as part of a ransomware attack or the revealing of sensitive information.
  • which can lead to the installation of malware
  • The recipient is then tricked into clicking a malicious link,
  • dupes a victim into opening an email, instant message, or text message.
  • social engineering attack
  • steal user data, including login credentials and credit card numbers
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  • develop
  • build a future for myself.
  • job market
  • Yes, in any case.
  • When successful Arabs come to Germany to study or work, the fear becomes less and less.
  • You just have to understand that people are scared.
  • I only speak German or French with friends there. Then all listen to us and smile at us
  • I stopped making calls in Arabic on the train
  • can tell that people are getting a little anxious because they think that I might be planning an attack.
  • Not at all at university!
  • remind themselves what racism, hatred and anger against foreigners can lead to. Fortunat
  • Wherever I'm happy and can achieve my goals, that's where I stay.
  • I like that everything is well organized. Everything has it's time. Sometimes it's stressful, but it's still good. I really learned from the Germans to be well organized
  • A friend is even really annoyed with me because I have to stop constantly to greet people.
  • Working while studying is not the norm in Tunisia either.
  • The move to Germany was against ... Wow! Huge! I had to learn everything: cooking, cleaning, housekeeping.
  • was able to live with my mother because I studied in my hometown
  • when I arrived I could only say "Hello".
  • Radio, television, talking to people on the street and yes, flirting too, all helped me. And of course I read a lot.
  • bureaucratic effort
  • I got an engineering degree in T
  • Finding a job in Germany would have been difficult because I had no work experience in Tunisia
  • market in Tunisia was difficult
  • Tunisia
  • That upset me: he works at the airport and doesn't speak English to foreigners and tourists ?! That was totally disappointing.
  • he refused to speak Engl
  • to speak English to me.
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  • latency that depend on the number of other users sharing the service concurrently,
  • network's global system for mobile communications (GSM).
  • s a packet oriented mobile data standard on the 2G and 3G cellular communication
  • General Packet Radio Service (GPRS)
  • Most GPRS mobile devices are Class B.
  • GPRS service is suspended and resumed automatically after the GSM service (voice call or SMS) has concluded.
  • ce (voice, SMS)
  • GPRS service and GSM service (
  • due to a radio noise induced pause).
  • The TCP restores any packets lost
  • GPRS will store and forward the IP packets to the phone even during handover.
  • X.25 connections are typically used for applications like wireless payment terminals, although it has been removed from the standard. X.25 can still be supported over PPP, or even over IP, but this requires either a network-based router to perform encapsulation or software built into the end-device/terminal; e.g., user equipment (UE).
  • ol (PPP)
  • Point-to-Point Protocol
  • not supported by mobile phone operators but if a cellula
  • "Always on" internet access
  • When TCP/IP is used, each phone can have one or more IP addresses allocated
  • wireless application protocol (WAP)
  • Point-to-point (P2P) service: i
  • inter-networking with the Internet (IP)
  • This allows an IP address to be
  • dynamically assigned (using IPCP rather than DHCP) to the mobile equipment.
  • if a cellular phone is used as a modem for a connected computer, PPP may be used to tunnel IP to the phone
  • Internet Protocol (IP). In practice, built-in mobile browsers use IPv4 before IPv6 is widespread
  • The GPRS core network allows 2G, 3G and WCDMA mobile networks to transmit IP packets to external networks such as the Internet.
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