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CompTIA Security+ Protocols Flashcards

AcronymDefinition
FTPFile Transfer Protocol; Ports 20 and 21
TFTPTrivial FTP; Port 69
SSHSecure Shell; Port 22
TelnetUnencrypted; Port 23
SMTPSimple Mail Transfer Protocol; Port 25
TACACS+Terminal Access Controller Access-Control System Plus; Port 49
DNSDomain Name Server/Service; Port 53
HTTPHTTP or Hyper Text Transfer Protocol; Port 80
HTTPSHTTP or Hyper Text Transfer Protocol + Secure Socket Layer; Port 443
KerberosPort 88
POP3 (v3)Post Office Protocol; Port 110
IMAPInternet Message Access Protocol; Port 143
SNMPSimple Network management Protocol; Port 161
RDPRemote Desktop Protocol; Port 3389
IPSECInternet Protocol Security; Tunneling Protocol that encrypts IP
IPSEC (Tunnel)IPSEC in tunnel mode encrypts entire packet
IPSEC (Transport)IPSEC in transport mode only encrypts data
PPPPoint to Point Protocol; Establishes layer 2 connection between two network devices
NATNetwork Address Translation. Translates IP addresses accross two different networks. Typically between a private and public IP network.
PATPort Address Translation (Aka NAT Overload); 1 to many NAT translation; Uses layer 4 ports to organize connections.
TLSTransport Layer Security; Encryption protocol that replaced SSL; Commonly used by HTTPS on port 443
FTPSFile Transfer Protocol + SSL
SFTPFile Transfer Protocol + SSH
IPv4Internet Protocol version 4; 32 bits; Dotted Decimal Format
IPv6Internet Protocol version 6; 128 bits; Hexadecimal Format
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IPv6
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Internet Protocol version 6; 128 bits; Hexadecimal Format
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TFTP
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Trivial FTP; Port 69
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IPSEC
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Internet Protocol Security; Tunneling Protocol that encrypts IP
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IPv4
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Internet Protocol version 4; 32 bits; Dotted Decimal Format
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SFTP
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File Transfer Protocol + SSH
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HTTPS
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HTTP or Hyper Text Transfer Protocol + Secure Socket Layer; Port 443
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HTTP
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HTTP or Hyper Text Transfer Protocol; Port 80
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SNMP
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Simple Network management Protocol; Port 161
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IMAP
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Internet Message Access Protocol; Port 143
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FTPS
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File Transfer Protocol + SSL
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SMTP
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Simple Mail Transfer Protocol; Port 25
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PPP
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Point to Point Protocol; Establishes layer 2 connection between two network devices
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Kerberos
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Port 88
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POP3 (v3)
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Post Office Protocol; Port 110
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DNS
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Domain Name Server/Service; Port 53
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RDP
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Remote Desktop Protocol; Port 3389
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TACACS+
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Terminal Access Controller Access-Control System Plus; Port 49
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SSH
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Secure Shell; Port 22
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TLS
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Transport Layer Security; Encryption protocol that replaced SSL; Commonly used by HTTPS on port 443
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PAT
Back
Port Address Translation (Aka NAT Overload); 1 to many NAT translation; Uses layer 4 ports to organize connections.
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IPSEC (Tunnel)
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IPSEC in tunnel mode encrypts entire packet
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Telnet
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Unencrypted; Port 23
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FTP
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File Transfer Protocol; Ports 20 and 21
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IPSEC (Transport)
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IPSEC in transport mode only encrypts data
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NAT
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Network Address Translation. Translates IP addresses accross two different networks. Typically between a private and public IP network.
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