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When translating this story into a risk equation, it's fine to use an arbitrary numerical scheme to assign ratings to each factor In this case, imagine that a 5 is a severe value, while a 1 is a minor value Parsing this scenario using our terminology, we find the results shown in Table 11
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Factor Threat Description Assessment Rationale He possesses the capabilities and intentions to damage the Polish Web site Vulnerability allows remote root compromise, giving N@te total control No countermeasures limiting attacker access are deployed The Web server itself merits a rating of 2 or 3 as a public relations page, but the damage to Polish prestige is higher Risk is the product of threat x vulnerability x asset value Out of a possible total of 125 for a 1 to 5 scale, a rating of 100 is a grave risk
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With a common understanding of security terms, we must analyze certain assumptions held by those who practice NSM operations If you accept these principles, the manner in which NSM is implemented will make sense Some of these principles are accepted throughout the security community, and others could provoke heated debate The first set of security principles, presented in this section, address the nature of the attacker
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Let's begin with the principle most likely to cause heartache As Master Kan said in the pilot of the 1970s Kung Fu television series, "A wise man walks with his head bowed, humble like the dust" However smart you are, however many years you've studied, however many defenses you've deployed, one day you will face a challenger who possesses more skill, more guile, and more cunning Don't despair, for Master Kan also said, "[Your spirit] can defeat the power of another, no matter how great" It is this spirit we shall return to when implementing NSM plus a few helpful open source tools! This principle doesn't mean all intruders are smarter For every truly skilled attacker, there are thousands of wanna-be "script kiddies" whose knowledge extends no further than running precompiled exploits NSM is designed to deal with the absolute worst-case scenario, where an evil mastermind decides to test your network's defenses Once that situation is covered, everything else is easier to handle