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Man-in-the-middle (MitM) attacks take place when a perpetrator positions themself in a conversation between a user and an application. The main goal of a MitM attack is to steal personal information such as login credentials, account details, and credit card numbers.

The first stage of the attack is called the interception stage, during which the attackers use a DNS server to gain network access via open or poorly secured Wi-Fi routers. The second stage is called the decryption stage, during which the stolen data is decrypted and made intelligible to the cybercriminals.

This video talks about MitM attacks, how they take place, and ways to stay ahead of them. Watch the video to learn more—three minutes is all it takes!


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