|location||London, United Kingdom|
|visits||member for||3 years|
|seen||Jul 16 at 12:59|
|bio||website||maps.google.co.uk/…||visits||member for||3 years|
|location||London, United Kingdom||seen||Jul 16 at 12:59|
How does the predator network prevent outside control by an attacker?
You could get malware onto an airgapped network via sneakernet, but you can't open up an outside connection if the network isn't physically connected. The malware could install a keylogger or rootkit but it has no physical path to any external hosts.