Man-in-the-Middle Attacks

Man-in-the-middle attacks are a fairly common type of attack.  In these attacks, threat actors find a way to listen in on a conversation between two computers without the sender or receiver being aware of their presence.  This jeopardizes all sorts of information that is sent between computers, from harmless web data to sensitive passwords and emails.  During CyberTech presentations, we can define an attack using a piece of tech hardware called a Wi-Fi pineapple, and demonstrate how such a thing can make it possible for a third party to have access to all the traffic that goes back and forth over a network.

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