Replay Attack

A Replay Attack is a malicious action where an attacker intercepts data transmitted between two parties, records the data, and retransmits it at a later time to create unauthorized access or gain some benefit. This type of attack happens when the data sent by the original sender is not altered in any way but simply replayed, making the system think that it is receiving a legitimate request.

How Does a Replay Attack Work?

Replay attacks work by the following process:

Risks and Consequences

Some potential risks and consequences of replay attacks include:

Prevention Techniques

To prevent replay attacks, consider the following measures:

Understanding and implementing these prevention techniques will help alleviate the risks associated with replay attacks and enhance the overall security of your system.