Man-in-the-middle Fraud

A man-in-the-middle fraud is one in which an attacker inserts himself into a transaction between two parties, posing as one of them. The goal is to gain access to the victim's account or device, usually by stealing their login credentials. This type of attack is often used to target mobile payment systems, as they are often based on near-field communication (NFC) or wireless technology, which makes them susceptible to interception.

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