Hackers don’t discriminate. If they can’t impersonate a user to commit their acts, they could impersonate a job. That batch job you run every night at 2 AM with Task Scheduler or Cron? That one that has a plaintext password in the source code? Someone could wreak havoc if they had access to run that job on their terms. Even worse, they could steal credentials from that job and use them to access other systems!
How do you get the efficiency of workload automation without creating new security loopholes?
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