A network security administrator is worried about potential man-in-the-middle attacks when users access a corporate web site from their workstations. Which of the following is the best remediation against this type of attack?
Implementing server-side PKI certificates for all connections
Mandating only client-side PKI certificates for all connections
Requiring client and server PKI certificates for all connections
Requiring strong authentication for all DNS queries
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