Which of the following BEST describes the differences between VLAN hopping and session hijacking?
A. VLAN hopping involves the unauthorized transition from one VLAN to another to gain additional access. Session hijacking involves overriding a user’s web connection to execute commands.
B. VLAN hopping is a brute force attack executed to gain additional access. Session hijacking involves physically disrupting a network connection.
C. VLAN hopping involves overriding a user network connection to execute malicious commands. Session hijacking involves compromising a host to elevate privileges.
D. VLAN hopping is the act of exploiting poor VLAN tagging. Session hijacking is a web-based attack aimed at privilege escalation.