Networking – Cyber Security

Learn the techniques and code to start you on your way to becoming a cyber security expert!

This Challenge is a part of the Schools Cyber Security Challenges series, developed by the Australian Computing Academy in partnership with AustCyber, ANZ, BT, Commonwealth Bank, NAB and Westpac.

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1.
Communicating through networks
1. What do networks do? 0/1
2. Happy micro:bit! 0/1
3. Cardinal directions 0/1
4. Power on! 0/1
5. Keep on sending 0/1
6. Which lines are repeated? 0/1
7. Received a scroll 0/1
8. Tuning in 0/1
9. Logging in 0/1
10. Password snooping 0/1
11. Risks of public wifi 0/1
2.
Addressing in a network
1. Press to send 0/1
2. Adding addresses 0/1
3. Multiple receivers 0/1
4. Packet unpacking 0/1
5. Checking the receiver 0/1
6. Secret source 0/1
7. Receiving the source 0/1
3.
Routing packets through networks
1. Routing packets 0/1
2. The final destination 0/1
3. Adding a routing table 0/1
4. Router alert! 0/1
5. Corrupt DNS 0/1
6. Knick-knack 0/1
7. Receive and ack 0/1
8. Let's play ping pong! 0/1
4.
Network security
1. How many bytes in a movie? 0/1
2. Is it here yet? 0/1
3. OSI model 0/1
4. Changing the message 0/1
5. Snooping messages 0/1
6. Diffie-Hellman key exchange 0/1
7. Router playground