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WMI reverse Asynchronous request for security

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WMI reverse Asynchronous request for security,

If a WMI data request, for data via a remote computer or server, is made to send the data in it's small packets in reverse, meaning that the remote computer reads the WMI data local to itself in reverse by sending that data as it gets it (in reverse), is that more secure than the standard WMI Asynchronous remote data request? Or, can this be detected in transit and be accounted for by some intrusive program. Will it look the same as though it is a normal WMI Asynchronous data request?

My guess is that this can work to increase security and that the next step beyond this is to scramble the data sets via a previously installed (on both computers) One Time Pad system and then to reiterate the request for verification via comparison of results.


Comments? Thoughts?

Thank you.
Oct 16 '20 #1
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