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   - Partially protected. If on ICS CUBE with the “Client” mode in Remote management, in the “Settings” tab, in the “Server IPr” field, specify the IP-address, then the channel protection will be one-way. ICS CUBE with the “Client” mode will not verify the certificate of ICS CUBE with the “Server” mode, while the “Server” will check the “Client” certificate. This feature provides access to the Man-In-The-Middle (MITM) attack, in which an attacker can replace the “Server” certificate and intercept traffic.   - Partially protected. If on ICS CUBE with the “Client” mode in Remote management, in the “Settings” tab, in the “Server IPr” field, specify the IP-address, then the channel protection will be one-way. ICS CUBE with the “Client” mode will not verify the certificate of ICS CUBE with the “Server” mode, while the “Server” will check the “Client” certificate. This feature provides access to the Man-In-The-Middle (MITM) attack, in which an attacker can replace the “Server” certificate and intercept traffic.
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   - Full protection. To ensure full protection, you must:   - Full protection. To ensure full protection, you must:
     * When creating the Certificate for Server, specify the HOST_NAME in the "Host Name or Address"​ field.     * When creating the Certificate for Server, specify the HOST_NAME in the "Host Name or Address"​ field.
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