Definition

  • A targeted attack refers to a type of threat in which threat actors actively pursue and compromise a target entity’s infrastructure while maintaining anonymity.
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  • Threats are security issues that include the following: malware, grayware/adware, spyware, spam, phishing, and bots/botnets.
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  • Trackware is any software program that tracks system activity, gathers system information, or tracks user habits then relays this information to a third party. The information gathered is neither personally identifiable or confidential.
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  • A trigger is a system condition or date that sets off the payload of a specific threat. A trigger condition can be anything from the presence of a certain file or a specific user action, such as the clicking of certain buttons.
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