Infiltration

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Infiltration may refer to:

In elements and substances[edit]

In espionage, exploration, and military[edit]

  • Infiltration tactics, tactics developed by the German army in 1917 that broke the trench-warfare stalemate on the western front
  • An attempt to sneak across a border, or into a guarded place
  • Espionage, an attempt to infiltrate a target organization
  • Urban exploration, exploring parts of towns, etc. which are normally off-limits

In media and entertainment[edit]

In medicine[edit]

  • Infiltration (medical), the diffusion or accumulation of substances not normal to it or in amounts in excess of the normal

In politics[edit]

  • Entryism, a political tactic aimed at dissolving potentially harmful organizations or political adversaries

In technology[edit]

  • INFILTRATE, a security conference held annually since 2011