An attempt is any action that is part of an effort to compromise the confidentiality, integrity, availability, authenticity, and nonrepudiation of an NIH IT resource; or any hacker attempt or group of hacker attempts into or from an NIH IT resource that could potentially result in an unauthorized change, release, or denial of information or processing capability.

Attempts can include but are not limited to: unauthorized access attempts, denial of service attempts, probes of multiple computer systems, malicious code, or misuse of IT resources.

Ref: 122102/2006-09-19

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