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Hackers aren't as sneaky as you think.
Two weeks ago, I essentially claimed that nearly every company I know is hacked -- and in many cases, thoroughly hacked. Although there's a bit of hyperbole in that statement, it isn't that far from reality. That statement, however, has led some readers to believe detecting hackers and preventing attacks is impossible. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Discovering malicious hackers
Despite what the movies show, hackers are never good enough to go unnoticed. Even the professionals hackers who are making millions of dollars really don't do much to stay hidden. They don't need to: Most admins aren't looking.
Hackers aren't as sneaky as you think | Security Central - InfoWorld
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