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PBX bugging Trojan horses audio/video viewing
audit suppression backup theft, corruption, or destruction below-threshold attacks
breaking key management systems bribes and extortion cable cuts
call forwarding fakery cascade failures collaborative misuse
combinations and sequences content-based attacks covert channels
cryptanalysis data aggregation data diddling
dependency analysis and exploitation desychronization and time-based attacks device access exploitation
distributed coordinated attacks dumpster diving earth movement
electronic interference emergency procedure exploitation environment corruption
environmental control loss error insertion and analysis error-induced mis-operation
errors and omissions excess privilege exploitation false updates
fictitious people fire flood
get a job hangup hooking hardware failure - system flaw exploitation
illegal value insertion imperfect daemon exploits implied trust exploitation
inadequate maintenance inadequate notice exploitation inappropriate defaults
induced stress failures infrastructure interference infrastructure observation
input overflow insertion in transit interprocess communication attacks
interrupt sequence mishandling invalid values on calls kiting
man-in-the-middle modeling mismatches modification in transit
multiple error inducement network service and protocol attacks observation in transit
password guessing peer relationship exploitation perception management a.k.a. human engineering
piggybacking power failure privileged program misuse
process bypassing protection missetting exploitation race conditions
reflexive control relocation repair-replace-remove information
replay attacks repudiation residual data gathering
resource availability manipulation restoration process corruption or misuse salami attacks
selected plaintext severe weather shoulder surfing
simultaneous access exploitations solar flares spoofing and masquerading
static strategic or tactical deceptions sympathetic vibration
system maintenance testing undocumented or unknown function exploitation
van Eck bugging viruses volcanos
wire closet attacks
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