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EVIL PROGRAM MADE BY EDGY TEEN
The school will never see this hack coming!
NO NOT THE HACKER! IT'S AN ADVANCED PERSISTENT THREAT
An Advanced Persistent Threat is when a set of continuous computer hacked processes attack a specific entity.
There are many malware variations, which makes it difficult to protect organizations from APT. While APT activities are hard to detect, the command network traffic associated with APT can be detected at a network level. Agents can be used to collect logs directly from a server. Then a tool can analyze logs. Preventing the APT
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Thanks to the quick actions of Mr. Stick we were able to stop the APT by setting up a firewall before the attack! Thank You For helping us out!
Billy wont be doing that again!
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