Alert Thresholding

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Q: The use of alert thresholding in an intrusion detection system (IDS) can reduce the repeated alerts. However, it will introduce one of the below vulnerabilities. Which one?


a. The IDS does not distinguish among packets originating from different sources.

b. An attacker, working slowly enough, may be able to evade detection by the IDS.

c. Network packets will be dropped once the volume exceeds the threshold.

d. Thresholding disables the IDS’ ability to reassemble fragmented packets.

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