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conversation hijackingInfiltrating a business by starting an email conversation with an employee. Conversation hijacking typically starts by spoofing a domain name in an email that starts a dialog about a subject that appears appropriate and legitimate. After several messages, the intended victims might feel more comfortable giving out sensitive information about themselves or the company. See domain spoofing and phishing.
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