A zero-click attack is a type of cyberattack where the victim doesn’t have to reveal their information or engage in any activity. In this attack, the attacker infiltrates the victim’s device or software without the victim clicking a link, downloading anything, or opening an email attachment.

Zero-click attacks aim to steal data or perform spy operations. They are challenging to detect and defend against because it doesn’t require the victim’s interaction.

Examples of Zero-Click Attacks

How to Prevent Zero-Click Attacks

How Does a Zero-Click Attack Work?