How hackers use hidden tunnels to steal data and avoid detection
The Wall Street Journal
“It’s just like taking apart a car, moving it in small pieces and reassembling it on the outside,” says Chris Morales, head of security analytics at Vectra. Hidden tunnels can be created by hackers after they get a foothold into a company’s network through, for example, phishing attacks or exploiting an unpatched vulnerability.
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