An Attack Signature is an arrangement of information that can be used to identify an attacker or hackers attempt to exploit a known operating system or application vulnerability. Intrusion detection systems help identify attack signatures, sending out a security alert to the security team or organization.
Related Terms: Signature, Digital Signature
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