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Advanced evasion technique

(also AET)

Advanced evasion technique definition

An advanced evasion technique is a cyberattack that enables the hacker to access a network without authorization and detection. It combines various evasion methods to hide from any threat detection tool that comes in contact with it.

Advanced evasion technique examples

  • Environmental awareness uses different methods to identify a system’s configuration in order to evade capture.
  • Code encryption uses encryption to hide malicious code.
  • Code compression techniques compress files to hide malicious code.

topping advanced evasion techniques

  • Appropriate firewall configuration
  • Proxy filtering
  • Anti-malware software