exfiltrate


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exfiltrate

vb
1. (Military) (tr) military to remove or withdraw (an intelligence agent, soldier, etc) surreptitiously from an enemy-held area. Sometimes shortened to: exfil
2. (Communications & Information) (tr; sometimes passive) to remove (data) from a computer, network, etc surreptitiously and without permission or unlawfully
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If I were a CEO or CIO, what would keep me up at night is thinking about what happens if somebody exfiltrates the data.
When the decision is made to exfiltrate the complex, Soldiers use the nautical system of "red right returning" and ensure the markers are on their right-hand side so they can to And their way out of the tunnel.
PtH is commonly used by attackers to gain greater privileges in order to carry out increasingly devastating attacks and to exfiltrate data.
If they exfiltrate credentials, they can log back in as system-level users and do whatever they want .
DARPA suggests that "[a]utomatic video understanding will reduce the manpower needed to view and manage this monumental collection of data and reduce the bandwidth required to exfiltrate the data to manageable levels" (Federal Business Opportunities 2003).
Attacks, especially those that exfiltrate intellectual property are designed to go undetected--only sophisticated monitoring and analytics tools can help detect and deter.
North Korea seeks to exfiltrate South Korean and other electronic secrets, and it apparently interfered with the vital Global Positioning System used by commercial flights in Seoul.
Every day, nations, rogue states, criminals, and terrorists seek to infiltrate Defense networks, trying to surreptitiously exfiltrate information, corrupt data, degrade or shut down operations.
Certainly long term threat is by nation states who are finding new and ingenious ways to exfiltrate information.
He had to ensure the aircraft and its extremely capable radar systems were in the northern half of its track in order for his team to exfiltrate unnoticed.
It is a three days exercise in which the teams, comprising eight members, are required to infiltrate into simulated enemy lines and perform multiple tasks including obstacle crossing, close target reconnaissance and exfiltrate successfully in real time environments.