Reflection Attack in an Authentication Protocol
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Simple authentication protocols are subject to reflection attacks if a malicious user can use the target machine to impersonate a trusted user.
- Languages: Any
- Platforms: All
- Authentication: The primary result of reflection attacks is successful authentication with a target machine -- as an impersonated user.
- Failure to require each entity in a secure transaction to have a unique key.
- Design: Use different keys for the initiator and responder or of a different type of challenge for the initiator and responder.