Which of the following is a technique that could be used to capture network user passwords?
Sniffing is an attack that can be used to capture sensitive pieces of information (e.g., a password)
passing through the network. Encryption is a method of scrambling information to prevent
unauthorized individuals from understanding the transmission. Spoofing is forging an address and
inserting it into a packet to disguise the origin of the communication. Data destruction is erasing
information or removing it from its original location.