- to allow the threat actor to issue commands to the software that is installed on the target
- to send user data stored on the target to the threat actor
- to steal network bandwidth from the network where the target is located
- to launch a buffer overflow attack
Explanation: In the command and control phase of the Cyber Kill Chain, the threat actor establishes command and control (CnC) with the target system. With the two-way communication channel, the threat actor is able to issue commands to the malware software installed on the target.
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