An active defense is the use of offensive actions to outmaneuver an adversary and make an attack more difficult to carry out. Continued…
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“The concept of active defense is based on increasing the probability of an attacker making a mistake and revealing their presence within the network.” – Carolyn Crandall
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A botnet is a group of computers organized to distribute spam or malware — _________ the owners are typically unaware of the fact.
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