Hackers can use Surveillance Cameras and Infrared Light to Transfer Signals to Malware

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Surveillance Cameras

Organizations use to protect their internal networks from Internet attacks by using firewalls, intrusion detection systems(IDSs) and intrusion prevention systems (IPSs). For a higher degree of protection, so-called ‘air-gap‘ isolation is used. Once the malware deployed attackers try to establish communication over the covert channel to bypass IPS, IDS, and Firewalls. Over the years various […]

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