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Man-in-the-Middle (MiTM)

An attack in which a hacker intercepts the communication between two sources, like a client and a server, and impersonates both parties to gain access to sensitive information. For example, a malicious router in a public location offering free wi-fi, or a fake website masquerading as legitimate in order to capture a user’s login credentials.


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