Definition Edit

An intrusion vector is "the path or means an actor uses to gain access to a target."[1]

Overview Edit

"Common intrusion vectors include emails sent with malicious links and attachments; fake or manipulated websites that download viruses; removable media such as USB drives; unsecured wireless hotspots; and access through weak passwords."[2]

References Edit

  1. Australia's Cyber Security Strategy, at 17.
  2. Id.

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