Not against people of course (husky, and husky shepard mix), but what they use against each other during play and against other dogs (playing).
The husky/shepard mix is a big boy (73 lbs at only 10 months old), he prefers the same leaping/brute force attack of the Dutch shepard.
My husky seems to be more versatile, hes more agile, very nimble, faster, and for now a bit heavier at 76 lbs . He uses all 4 techniques demonstrated, bite and shake, leap to take advantage of his weight, brute force, and the combination, depends on what hes trying to accomplish and against what.
The problem with trying to find out what technique a dog would use against an intruder is that unless the dog is trained to guard, or attack they will just bark and run, growl, hide, and panic, or be very friendly to the new friend they just met (most times what happens with thieves and dogs), this is why thieves steal so many dogs.
Also Ive found that if you walk into someones house who warns you about their big dog, you do so confidently, and act assertive if needed, the dog is very friendly and submissive (its natural to all dog breeds with humans).
Ever watch the TV show "to catch a thief" they demonstrated this on many episodes, even walking out with the dog a few times, just to show the owners that a dog will not protect your house unless it has been trained professionally to do so, in fact most of the dogs wanted to leave with the guy.