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An attack on a computer network which relies on data that can be physically discovered rather than electronically discovered: for example, the use of a password stored in a document held in an unlocked drawer. Such attacks are often much easier to perpetrate than technological attacks such as key search attacks: companies may have very sophisticated electronic anti-attack measures yet have very few physical security controls. See also white board attack.

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