Cyber-attackers are continuously on the lookout for sophisticated ways to penetrate an organization's systems. One effective way for attackers to appear legitimate in face of security solutions is by exploiting logic flaws in the functionality of existing systems - also known as design vulnerabilities.
By exploiting design vulnerabilities, attackers can gain access to highly secure systems leading to data theft, disruption of critical infrastructure and more. They also cannot be easily detected, and being designed as part of legitimate functionality makes fixing them all the more difficult.
Download this whitepaper to learn more about:
- How to identify the differences between design vulnerabilities and typical security vulnerabilities
- Malware that exploit design vulnerabilities
- Some of today's better known design vulnerabilities