Fingerprinting in Cybersecurity | Feroot
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What is Fingerprinting in Cybersecurity?

A fingerprint in cybersecurity is a grouping of information that can be used to detect software, network protocols, operating systems, or hardware devices on the network. Fingerprinting is used to correlate data sets to identify network services, operating system number and version, software applications, databases, configurations, and more.

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