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    Information Security: Eavesdropping

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    Security: How can private information and sensitive communications be kept from eavesdroppers?

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    Dear Student,
    What is Eavesdropping?
    The activities considered as eavesdropping includes: data scavenging, traffic or trend analysis, social engineering, economic or political espionage, sniffing, dumpster diving, keystroke monitoring, or shoulder surfing.
    Receipt and display of information, which is resident on computers or terminals, through the interception of Radio Frequency (RF) signals generated by ...

    Solution Summary

    This solution addresses the information security issue of eavesdropping. It discusses how private information and sensitive communications be kept from eavesdroppers.

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