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.

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.

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.

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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If I were a CEO or CIO, what would keep me up at night is thinking about what happens if somebody exfiltrates the data.
This type of malware typically exfiltrates the harvested data from infected machines to the corresponding C&C server.
He begged the CIA to exfiltrate him; the agency could not.
MHT file locally, allowing hackers to remotely access the computer and exfiltrate local files.
You smell this odor in the spring and the fall because that is when the stack effect in the house, caused by the differential between the indoor and outdoor temperatures, encourages warm indoor air to exfiltrate through every crack it can find on the second floor while outside, cooler air infiltrates through similar cracks on the first floor to equalize the air pressure in the house.
'While their group was able to exploit the vulnerabilities, their firm insisted that they did not scrape or exfiltrate any data, because they merely demonstrated their ability to access the data in Jollibee's database if they so desired,' the NPC order read.
"I could exfiltrate data about multiple tickets in a single request, so monitoring all the internal activity in real time probably wouldn't have triggered any rate limiters," he wrote.
Players take on the role of pilots as "cleanskin" contractors whose job is to exfiltrate the agents before they are captured.
The machines infected by Turla are then instructed to exfiltrate data towards the chosen IPs of regular satellite-based Internet users.
in withstanding an attack designed to disable, corrupt or exfiltrate data by
However, no matter who was behind such campaigns, all targeted attacks aimed to gather intelligence and exfiltrate confidential data.