Monkey-in-the-Middle Attacks on Campus Networks

Thursday, April 12 | 10:45AM–11:45AM | Denver 5/6
Session Type: Professional Development
Although monkey-in-the-middle (MITM) attacks are well-known, little is done to prevent them. We'll give examples of MITM attacks against SSL Web sites, Kerberos, and SSH, all using free tools in a typical campus computer lab, then we'll show how vendors, sysadmins, and even end users can protect against these attacks.


  • Andrew Korty

    CISO, Indiana University
  • Sean Krulewitch

    Deputy Information Security Officer, Indiana University Bloomington

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