An oldie.. but may still be worth comparing it to 2022.
"The top hacking techniques of 2015 and how they work
"Posted by Jamie Boote on Monday, December 14, 2015
 Reflected file download (RFD)
Let's say that one morning you wake up and try to print some
last minute work notes out on your home printer. Without luck,
you decide to re-install the print driver. While browsing the
Internet, looking for a driver, you find that someone has
linked to a file on a forum that may suit your needs. As a good
internet user, you check where the link really leads and find
that it does point to a legitimate site. You click and run the
file; however, your computer is compromised and an attacker
gets in. What happened?
 Autonomous carjacking
After getting tricked into downloading a file you shouldn't
have, you're already late for work. During your drive, without
warning, the AC turns up to full blast, the radio begins
playing, and the transmission stops transmitting power. Your
car just got hacked.
This is the new reality of ever-smarter cars. As cars stop
resembling the mechanical carriages of years past and start
looking more and more like fly-by-wire fighter aircraft, more
and more systems are controlled by computers. With cars acting
as mobile hotspots, the barrier to unauthorized entry is
lowered dramatically. What happened?
 The POODLE attack
After somehow regaining control of your car, you drive into the
nearest coffee spot and reflect on how it was once illegal to
send encryption technology outside US borders. While there, you
find that your prepaid coffee card doesn't have enough funds.
As you sip your grande caffé mocha macchiato half soy quarter
skim quarter 2% extra grande double vanilla pump no-whip
coffeestrocity, you open your smart phone to top-off your
prepaid card. You check that the site is HTTPS enabled and the
connection is encrypted before you enter your username and
password. Now that you've got your caffeine fix, you're ready
to go about your day.
Later on, you decide to double check your coffee card balance
just to make sure the transaction went through and find that
you have not only topped off your own card, but five or six
others. What happened?
 After being exploited three times in one day..
..you decide you have had enough and you shut down your
computer, unplug your modem, remove the battery from your cell
phone, disconnect your fridge from Twitter, delete your cat's
Facebook account, trade your smart watch for a dumb one, wrap
your house in tinfoil, and turn on your old tube TV. On the
news, the anchor is talking about recent hacks that have
compromised your health insurance company, your cell company,
government agencies, and a particular scandalous website that
you never heard of until it was breached. What happened?
--- OpenXP 5.0.51
* Origin: A turtle that surfs the dark web. [o] A TORtoise (2:221/1.58)