Exfiltration

The adversary is trying to steal data.

Exfiltration consists of techniques that adversaries may use to steal data from your network. Once they’ve collected data, adversaries often package it to avoid detection while removing it. This can include compression and encryption. Techniques for getting data out of a target network typically include transferring it over their command and control channel or an alternate channel and may also include putting size limits on the transmission.

Techniques

Techniques: 0
ID Name Description

Attachments

ID
VTA0010
MITRE ID

Created: 26 November 2020

Last Modified: 26 November 2020