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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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In doing so, it gave ample time for the security team to remove the smart locker from the internet - before any sensitive company or consumer data could be exfiltrated.
All the exfiltrated data is transferred to the attacker via SMS messages or the HTTP protocol.
The Register said the hacker provided it with a list of files exfiltrated from the Perceptics corporate network and said a company spokesperson had confirmed the hack.
* Notify external cyber experts (such as BBR Services) who can investigate the incident and determine whether data has been exfiltrated that gives rise to a legal obligation to notify affected individuals.
While the severity of the hack is not yet known, the hacker claimed that more than 40GB of data was exfiltrated from the servers.
Ransomware can also lock officials out of mission-critical systems, or data could be exfiltrated to be resold or repurposed in additional attacks.
" That's because, with each level of packing, there's a risk of corrupting the exfiltrated data, making it unusable, he says.
The visit of the Army Commander came in the wake of an operation in the Kalaroos in the Kupwara area of Kashmir on August 25 in which the Army successfully saved four Kashmiri youth who were being exfiltrated to Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir (POK) by the terrorist organisation Al Badr.
'On an analysis of information exfiltrated, it can be ascertained that the exposure of certain personal sensitive information or financial information within the database puts the affected data subjects in harm's way,' the order read.
'On an analysis of the information exfiltrated, it can be ascertained that the exposure of certain sensitive personal or financial information within the database puts the affected data subjects in harm's way,' the order read.
"This leaves the victimized organization open to a secondary malware-less attack when the exfiltrated credentials are used by subsequent threat actors to gain unauthorized access and then try to move around inside the network."
Exfiltrated documents include: admin guides, internal regulations and instructions, change request forms, transaction logs, etc.