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1. To launch a cyber attack, attackers use a variety of techniques, including denial of service, malware, phishing, and __________.
2. It is a form of malicious software that is intended to harm computers, networks, and servers is known by the name _____________.
3. _____________ is the method of sending fraudulent communications that seems to come from a reputable source, usually through email.
4. In the MitM, the attacker is positioned in the _____________ of the two parties and can spy on their communication, often without being detected.
5. The DDoS attacks are similar like DoS but involve ____________ host machines.
6. ______________ attacks target software bugs that companies have yet to find and, as a result, have been unable to repair or patch.
7. A __________ attack is a hacking method that uses trial and error to crack passwords, login credentials, and encryption keys.
8. A botnet, shorthand for the _________network.
9. People conduct cyber attacks for a variety of reasons, the most common of which is __________ benefit.
10. An ____________ attack is a malicious attack perpetrated on a network or computer system by a person with authorized system access.
11. Negligent insider attacks are just a result of ___________ behavior but are not driven by malicious intent.
12. Threats that come from outside the organization are known as ________ attacks or threats.
13. External cyber security threats can come cyber criminals, _____________, and State-sponsored Attackers.
14. ________________ are individuals or groups of hackers who carry out malicious activity to promote a political agenda, religious belief, or social ideology.
15. _____________ attackers have particular objectives aligned with either the political, commercial, or military interests of their country of origin.