An attacker attaches a rogue router in a network. He wants to redirect traffic to a LAN attached to his router as part of a man-in-the-middle attack. What measure on behalf of the legitimate admin can mitigate this attack?

Last Updated on August 14, 2021 by Admin

An attacker attaches a rogue router in a network. He wants to redirect traffic to a LAN attached to his router as part of a man-in-the-middle attack. What measure on behalf of the legitimate admin can mitigate this attack?

  • Only using OSPFv3 will mitigate this risk.
  • Make sure that legitimate network routers are configured to run routing protocols with authentication.
  • Redirection of the traffic cannot happen unless the admin allows it explicitly.
  • Disable all routing protocols and only use static routes.
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