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  • v. Present participle of exfiltrate.

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Examples

  • "It has been specifically targeted at systems with the goal of getting in, compromising them, and then exfiltrating information."

    'Son of Stuxnet' Virus Targets Specific Organizations, Assets

  • "These intrusions focused on exfiltrating information, some of which could be of strategic or military utility," the report said.

    U.S. Sounds Alarm at China's Military Buildup

  • Police swarmed over the back of the building taking notes and handing frames back and forth through the same window used by the burglar, trying to judge his technique for exfiltrating a Picasso.

    Hot Potatoes

  • "The fact that you've got someone exfiltrating information doesn't mean you've got a technical problem," he said.

    With better sharing of data comes danger

  • Criminal groups, nation-states, terrorists and military organizations are at work exfiltrating vast amounts of data from the U.S. public and private sectors.

    How to Fight and Win the Cyberwar

  • I don't think that -- to keep insurgents from exfiltrating.

    CNN Transcript Nov 9, 2004

  • Those attacks, the report said, "focused on exfiltrating information, some of which could be of strategic or military utility."

  • They specialize in infiltrating networks using phishing e-mails laden with spyware, often passing on the task of exfiltrating data to others.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • "I listened and lip-synced to Lady Gaga's 'Telephone' while exfiltrating possibly the largest data spillage in American history," he added later.

    Wired Top Stories

  • "[I] listened and lip-synced to Lady Gaga's 'Telephone' while exfiltrating possibly the largest data spillage in American history," he added later.

    Wired Top Stories

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