Exfiltration


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exfiltration

[‚eks‚fil′trā·shən]
(science and technology)
A gradual escape of fluid, for example, through a membrane or a wall.
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Exfiltration

Uncontrolled outward air leakage from conditioned spaces through unintentional openings in ceilings, floors, and walls to unconditioned spaces or the outdoors caused by pressure differences across these openings due to wind, inside-outside temperature differences (stack effect), and imbalances between supply and exhaust airflow rates.
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exfiltration

1. The outward flow of air through a wall, joints, etc.
2. In a sewer pipeline, the volume of flow leaving a pipeline into the surrounding soil.
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data exfiltration

Data exfiltration is the unauthorized extraction of data from a computer. The word exfiltration means to withdraw secretly from a hostile situation. See malware and data extrusion.
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The US Central Command said in a statement that the exercise involves "an aerial assault by a company-sized dismounted element, which will conduct a live-fire rehearsal before departing the 34-mile de-confliction zone around the coalition's At Tanf garrison." Spokesman for US Central Command Bill Urban said in this regard "our forces will demonstrate the capability to deploy rapidly, assault a target with integrated air and ground forces and conduct a rapid exfiltration anywhere in the OIR combined joint operations area.
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The report cites the 2016 US Department of Justice indictments of PRC military hackers for illegal access to and exfiltration of large quantities of proprietary data at leading international aluminum and steel firms.
Apple Mail, iOS Mail and Mozilla Thunderbird are all vulnerable to direct exfiltration, they said.
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