exfiltration


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exfiltration

The removal of personnel or units from areas under enemy control by stealth, deception, surprise, or clandestine means. See also special operations; unconventional warfare.
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The proposed drainage improvements include construction of roadside swales, construction of new stormwater conveyance system piping networks and exfiltration trenches, modification of the existing conveyance systems and construction of new outfall structures that discharge into the Sleepy River.
With the Appthority Platform and BoxTone, businesses are protected against known and unknown mobile malware, new malware used in targeted attacks, corporate data exfiltration, and intellectual property exposure.
The manufacturer Boeing have claimed that the Osprey is twice as fast as a helicopter and has multi-mission capability to include amphibious assault, long range special ops infiltration and exfiltration and search and rescue.
Both products will seal and stop infiltration or exfiltration by creating a new lining within the manhole.
LBFG discovered the causes to be an improperly designed air barrier system, improperly operating humidifiers set so high as to cause excess humidity, and exfiltration of humid interior air through HVAC-induced building pressurization.
An exfiltration trench will be constructed in conjunction with the roadway improvements.
The HydraTite system consists of a proprietary rubber seal, which spans the joint and is held in place by stainless steel retaining bands that are hydraulically expanded and locked in place with a wedge lock design, eliminating all infiltration and exfiltration.
Fidelis XPS' New Decoder Provides Visibility into Critical Email Traffic, Protecting Against Data Exfiltration and Spear Phishing Attacks
Enterprises are up against a battery of weapons in nation state sponsored attack campaigns, and need to spot a variety of steps in an attack: web shells, weaponized email attachments, lateral movement, data gathering and data exfiltration.
In 2015, more groups are expected to use cloud services in order to make exfiltration (the unauthorized transfer of data from a computer) stealthier and harder to detect.
Chemical grout," Anctil said, "is pumped through two different hoses and mixed within the grouting chamber and pressure injected through the pipe defects and out into the soil (pipe bedding) where they saturate and fill voids in the bedding and react into a gel to form a watertight matrix around the lateral preventing ground water infiltration and sewer exfiltration.
During his session, titled "Stick a Pin in Certificate Pinning: How to Inspect Mobile Traffic and Stop Data Exfiltration," Jayaraman will explain why developers are implementing cert pinning into their mobile apps.