Replay Attack

      Sometimes also called a playback attack, a”Replay Attack” is a form of cyber assault on a network in which packets of valid data is intercepted and then maliciously duplicated and/or delayed.

     A prominent reason why somebody would execute this form of attack is to obtain access to accounts; in an overly simplified example, if somebody sends in their password to a site & there is a malicious actor doing such an attack on the site, then the malicious actor would now have a copy of the password and be signed into the account.



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