Top Types of cyber attacks
Types of cyber attacks 1.Phishing. This is the act by which fraudulent information is sent to someone mainly in form of email with the aim of stealing sensitive information or data from a person or for them to install harmful softwares that cause virus to their machines.
Types of cyber attacks
This is the act by which fraudulent information is sent to someone mainly in form of email with the aim of stealing sensitive information or data from a person or for them to install harmful softwares that cause virus to their machines.
2. Denial of service attack.
The aim of denial of service attack is to ensure that network is unavailable to the users. This is done by causing traffic to the target which therefore crashes due to the traffic.
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3. Injection attacks.
This is a type of attack that deals with injecting an application or website with data that causes harm to the application/website by obtaining data/information stored from the application.
This is a harmful software that causes virus to a system. This type of attack penetrates a network through a vulnerability such as when an end user clicks on a caertain link or email.Malware can alter how a system operates or functions and can also obtain information from hard drive of a computer system thereby breaching privacy of a user.
This is a type of hacking which interferes with computer security. This type of attack leads traffic to the attackers system from where information will be accessed. It can go unnoticed for a long period of time and it also Interferes with end-users privacy.
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