System Reconfiguration Attacks
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System reconfiguration attacks modify settings on a user’s PC for malicious purposes. For example: URLs in a favorites file might be modified to direct users to look alike websites. For example: a bank website URL may be changed from “bankofabc.com”to “bancofabc.com”.
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