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Yet Another “Sophisticated” Attack

You know, I’m getting a little tired of companies using words like “advanced,” “sophisticated,” and “APT” to describe attacks that can be done after watching a 5 minute YouTube video. I’m sorry, but XSS, SQL Injection, and brute forcing passwords do not count as “Advanced.” It bothers me that companies use these words as a way of making excuses for being hacked. Just because someone got past your lousy security doesn’t mean that you are excused from all blame…


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