1. Firewall penetration -A firewall is a security device that monitors network traffic and acts as a gatekeeper between a computer and another network, such as the internet, to prevent unauthorized access. Firewalls can be vulnerable to hacking, and attackers can use a variety of techniques to bypass them, including:
  2. Malware and payload delivery – Attackers can use malicious software to exploit firewall vulnerabilities and infiltrate networks undetected.
  3. Phishing attacks – Attackers can trick people into divulging sensitive information or performing malicious actions.
Phishing Attack
  1. Social engineering tactics -Cybercriminals can manipulate people’s psychology to trick them into disclosing confidential information
  2. Data breach – A data breach is a security incident that compromises the confidentiality, integrity, or availability of sensitive information. This can happen when data is accidentally lost, destroyed, corrupted, or disclosed, or when someone accesses or passes it on without proper authorization. Data breaches can be intentional or accidental, and can be caused by a variety of actors, including employees, hackers, or criminals.
  3. Ransomware – a malicious software (malware) that threatens to publish or blocks access to data or a computer system, usually by encrypting it, until the victim pays a ransom fee to the attacker. In many cases, the ransom demand comes with a deadline.

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