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In an area where any known [[Vulnerability]] is quickly closed, the best method to discover new only is to simple explore all, or selected high-value, systems that are exposed on the internet. This can be performed by either looking at existing traffic to emulate good traffic, or just brute-force pushing data at systems to see how they respond.
 
In an area where any known [[Vulnerability]] is quickly closed, the best method to discover new only is to simple explore all, or selected high-value, systems that are exposed on the internet. This can be performed by either looking at existing traffic to emulate good traffic, or just brute-force pushing data at systems to see how they respond.
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==Examples==
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* [[Attaks on Privacy]]
  
 
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[[Category: Glossary]]
 
[[Category: Glossary]]
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[[Category: Vulnerability]]

Latest revision as of 09:48, 13 February 2022

Full Title or Meme

Attacks against an Identity Management system are the most common form attempts to penetrate a protected resource.

Context

In an area where any known Vulnerability is quickly closed, the best method to discover new only is to simple explore all, or selected high-value, systems that are exposed on the internet. This can be performed by either looking at existing traffic to emulate good traffic, or just brute-force pushing data at systems to see how they respond.

Examples

Reference