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Flying Under the Radar: How Hackers Use Protection Strategies for Attack

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It’s a recurring theme in sports movies, war stories and crime stories alike: In order to defeat the enemy, one must think like the enemy.

This approach has been taken – oftentimes quite successfully – in an array of settings, including the cybersecurity realm. Security researchers are constantly working to pinpoint and better understand the techniques used by hackers in an effort to create targeted protections for specific threats. What many don’t realize, however, is that there’s a similar trend growing on the other side of the fence.

Similar to their white hat counterparts, malicious hackers are always looking to advance their capabilities. Instead of leveraging known system vulnerabilities, though, some attackers are now seeking to use the very protection measures organizations deploy to block malicious activity against them.

 

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