|Type of attack
|Brute force attacks
|Is the method to find out a password by testing all possible combinations until you find the correct one.
|The main risk is access to your data and private information. Also, the brute force attacks slow down your server consuming its resources.
|It is an assault on a website or app where SQL code is injected into a web form's input field, compromising data integrity.
|In the least case, it will damage the view of a web page. The attacker may have access to the entire database.
|Malicious file upload
|Malicious code, a form of harmful computer script, aims to exploit system vulnerabilities and create security risks.
|Malicious file uploads pose risks by creating vulnerabilities. They can enable unauthorized access, compromise system integrity, and facilitate the execution of harmful code, leading to potential data breaches and system damage.
|A zero-day attack exploits a software vulnerability for which no patches or fixes have been developed, making it challenging for defenders to respond immediately.
|Zero-day attacks can result in unauthorized access, data breaches, and system compromise. The unknown nature of the vulnerability heightens the risk, potentially causing severe consequences before a solution is available.