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in a hacking operation, the threat actors could be trying to exploit a vulnerability in a company's it systems to gain access to them, or they could be trying to steal intellectual property or sensitive data. an attacker might target a company's supply chain, for example, in an attempt to force an outage, or they could take advantage of a company's networks to plant malware on connected devices. in a ransomware attack, the hackers could lock users out of their systems and demand payment in order to be unlocked.




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attackers have used a variety of other methods to deliver spyware, such as a malicious usb drive, flash drive, or sd card. and, while the implant might be delivered via email, attachments are not the only way. for example, a bad actor could be behind a fake website designed to look like a legitimate partner's website, and hackers might also use malicious websites that exploit a weakness in the web browser, such as a flaw in microsoft internet explorer.


microsoft's december 2018 security bulletin discussed four reported incidents, one of which included spear-phishing emails containing malicious pdf files. in march 2020, researchers from palo alto networks discovered that hackers had taken advantage of a vulnerability in the transmission client to deliver a python-based backdoor, known as rpyc.


in an infrastructure hacking operation, the hackers are trying to get into a company's systems to gain access to its it infrastructure. in an attempt to do so, they could be using an unpatched vulnerability or a misconfigured web server. they might also use an internet of things (iot) device that lacks proper security to infiltrate a target organization's network.


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