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8. Various network-based attacks against the directory service hosts themselves -- e.g. against the OS, other network services running on the host, etc.
9. Various attacks against the host by someone with physical or near-physical access.
E.g. access to the system console,
access to a directly-connected serial line,
access to a directly-connected modem,
access to the system unit itself,
10. Attacks against the very media housing the directory database, e.g. simply stealing or copying the disk(s) itself.