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target computer

The computer into which a program is loaded and run. Contrast with source computer. See cross assembler and cross compiler.
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The Physical Access Group is a special branch within the Center for Cyber Intelligence, its task is to gain and exploit physical access to target computers in CIA field operations," WikiLeaks said in a press release, Sputnik reported.
This is often the only way an attacker can reach a target computer that is not connected to the Internet.
A user of the target computer unwittingly opened an infected email attachment.
Implementation and control of target applications on the target computer with signal
The only data it needs from the target computer is a Windows Search database.
Cyber Spying involves using software to extract information from a remotely situated target computer.
You didn't mention, though, that for a user with admin privileges, typing \\foo\c$ in the URL line of Internet Explorer or Windows Explorer shows the typed root folder (c:) and all shared drives on the target computer.
Upon receipt of instructions, zombie machines will send attack packets to a target computer.
The software applies an algorithm to create a unique pattern, which is stored on the target computer or a server.
The remote system is connected to a KVM appliance that takes the analog video output of the target computer, digitizes it, and sends the data across the IP network to the administrator's screen.
Increasingly, the top priority of these threats is to expose and extract confidential information stored on or transmitted by the target computer.
The advanced user should be savvy and trustworthy as well as company-approved for access to the target computer.