describe the compression/archive utilities listed below

Working individually describe the compression/archive utilities listed below:

· Kerberos

· Firewalls

 

 

For Kerberos, discuss the following topics:

1. What it is

2. Describe the protocol

3. Requests and authentications

4. Technologies that rely on it

 

 

For firewalls, discuss the following topics:

· What they are

· Describe how each generation works

· List and describe different open-source and shareware firewalls

· Compare and contrast the different products you have found

· Pick one product and describe the installation process on Linux Ubuntu

 

 

The paper should be 3pages long, formatted using 1inch margins, 1.5 spaces between lines, Times New Roman font size 12 for the text and size 16 for titles. The title page and list of references will not count towards the total number of pages. The last page should be at least 50% complete. Turn in the report in .doc or .docx format.

 

 

Cite any references you will use to create the paper. Not citing sources will result in plagiarism. Also copying and pasting directly from the sources without properly citing will result in plagiarism. The result of plagiarism is a grade of 0 for the assignment and may lead to consequences described in the syllabus.

 

 

You should use APA-style citation and reference formatting for this paper. You can find references on how to use the APA style at the following address:

http://cooklibrary.towson.edu/styleGuides.cfm#APA

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