Latest manipulator-in-the-middle attacks

Manipulator-in-the-middle (previously referred to as ‘man-in-the-middle’) attacks involve scenarios where attackers successfully position themselves between a target and a trusted entity or resource.

In a traditional manipulator-in-the-middle (MitM) attack, a malicious actor relays communications between two parties who wrongly believe they are speaking directly to each other.

Using the latest MitM attacks and tactics, an attacker can eavesdrop on communications or alter the contents of an exchange between third parties.

The Daily Swig covers recent manipulator-in-the-middle attacks, offering insight and advice about evolving MitM attacks and tactics.