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Sept. 13, 2022, 10:41 p.m. | /u/TheSeaWolf0150

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So I am reading the Verizon DBIR 2022 Report and have a question. In the summary(page 7), it states the following.

"There are four key paths leading to your
estate: Credentials, Phishing, Exploiting
vulnerabilities and Botnets. These four
pervade all areas of the DBIR, and no
organization is safe without a plan to
handle them all. "

It sounds like what they are trying to say is Credentials, Phishing, Exploiting Vuln and Botnets are the four most common ways attackers …

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