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Application Attack Types
The following is an extensive library of security solutions articles and guides that are meant to be helpful and informative resources on a range of security solutions topics, from web application security to information and network security solutions to mobile and internet security solutions.
ARP Spoofing ARP spoofing is a type of attack in which a malicious actor sends falsified ARP (Address Resolution Protocol) messages over a local area network.
Computer Worm Computer worms are among the most common types of malware. They spread over computer networks by exploiting operating system vulnerabilities.
Keylogger Keyloggers or keystroke loggers are software programs or hardware devices that track the activities (keys pressed) of a keyboard. Keyloggers are a form of spyware where computer users are unaware their actions are being tracked.
Man-in-the-Middle Attack A man-in-the-middle (MITM) attack is a type of cyberattack where a malicious actor inserts him/herself into a conversation between two parties, impersonates both parties and gains access to information that the two parties were trying to send to each other.
Rootkit A rootkit is a computer program designed to provide privileged access to a computer while actively hiding its presence. Once a rootkit has been installed, the controller of the rootkit has the ability to remotely execute files and change system configurations on the host machine.
SQL InjectionSQL Injection is a type of attack that attempts to gain unauthorized access to your database through user input fields
Spoofing Attack A spoofing attack is when a malicious party impersonates another device or user on a network in order to launch attacks against network hosts, steal data, spread malware or bypass access controls.
Spyware Although it sounds like something James Bond would employ, spyware is all too real. Spyware is any software that installs itself on your computer and starts covertly monitoring your online behavior without your knowledge or permission.