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It allowed them to conceal their identity and reduce their chance of being discovered. We will be using the term “Zukin” throughout this book to denote ninja hackers – and to distinguish ourselves from the traditional black, gray, and white hat hackers. The use of unconventional methods during a professional penetration test has both disadvantages and advantages. To understand both, we need to identify exactly what we are talking about when we refer to unconventional penetration test tactics. This book breaks out numerous unconventional attack methods into different chapters and discusses disguise, infiltration, impersonation, stealthy entrance, surveillance, espionage, escape, concealment, and even sabotage – areas that are often outside traditional penetration test methods.
In the information system security world, those that would best benefit by examining the tactics of the ninja include anyone who conducts professional penetration testing, or administrators intent on protecting corporate and government networks and systems. Traditional methods, used by penetration test engineers and administrators within the cat-and-mouse game of identifying flaws within the network or system before anyone else, have been effective in most instances; however, current defensive and penetration-test methodologies have inherent flaws in that they still abide by restrictive codes of ethics to keep a penetration test project from getting out of control.
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