Artifact Details: Decoy Object

Object Properties

name
Decoy Object
identifier
d3f:DecoyObjects
see also
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-25133-2
see also
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deception_technology
see also
https://shield.mitre.org/
definition
A decoy is an imitation digital artifact in any sense of a digital artifact, object, or phenomenon that is intended to deceive a cyber attacker's surveillance devices or mislead their evaluation. Examples include fake files, accounts, hosts (honeypots), and network segments (honeynets).
synonyms
Trap
synonyms
Decoy
synonyms
Decoy Artifact
synonyms
Lure

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