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Hostile Reconnaissance

Hostile reconnaissance is the term given to the information gathering phase by those individuals or groups with malicious intent

Last Updated 30 March 2021
Why and how hostile reconnaissance is conducted, and the principles of how to disrupt threats during the reconnaissance phase
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