Podcast #128: We chat with Kent C Dodds about why he loves React and discuss what life was like in the dark days before Git. Listen now.
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An attempt to exploit a weakness in a system, either for nefarious or research reasons. Questions with this tag should be about designing, carrying out, or defending against the attack itself, rather than about the underlying weakness.

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I am hearing on the news this morning that a government of country "A" found tens of thousands of instances of "state sponsored attacks" against it's information systems. What is meant by "state … sponsored" attacks in this case? I assume it to mean attacks which were either originated from or were carried out on the requests of some foreign country's government. How exactly can security analysts know an attack is "state sponsored"? …
asked Oct 31 '17 by GWR