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Anti-Piracy Technology

Anti-piracy technology refers to methods and tools employed mainly to prevent unauthorized reproduction or use of copyrighted material. The advent of the digital age has opened up new platforms for rapid sharing, facilitating...   Read More

Anti-Piracy Software

Anti-piracy software, in the broad context of cybersecurity and antivirus, refers to tools or strategies imperatively used to protect digital content and software from being copied, shared, or otherwise used without proper...   Read More

Authenticity Verification

In the diverse and constantly evolving realm of cybersecurity and antivirus, "Authenticity Verification" plays a vital role in maintaining the integrity of systems and networks. Expanding the scope of its conventional association...   Read More

Authorized Reseller

An Authorized Reseller refers to those businesses or individuals who are certified–often via certification and other official authorization process carried out by manufacturing entities–to distribute, market, or sell original...   Read More

Authorized Dealer

An "Authorized Dealer" within the context of cybersecurity and antivirus software represents a reputable and officially approved distributor that is given the rights, sanction, or disclaimer to retail a company's cybersecurity...   Read More

Authorized Distributor

An Authorized Distributor is a business or organization recognized and commissioned by a manufacturer or producer to promote and extend the sales, marketing, and after-sales services of a product to end-users. This entity enters...   Read More

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) are branches of computer science that focus on empowering computer systems with the capacity to mimic human behavior, learn from experiences, and evolve without explicit...   Read More

Advanced Encryption Standard (AES)

The Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) is a symmetric encryption algorithm established and standardized by the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in the early 2000s. AES is designed to secure sensitive...   Read More

Authenticated Encryption

Authenticated Encryption, often abbreviated as AE or sometimes AENC, is a term in the field of cybersecurity representing a system of encryption that simultaneously provides confidentiality, integrity, and authenticity assurances...   Read More

Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs)

An Advanced Persistent Threat, commonly known as APT, refers to a kind of cyber threat where unauthorized users gain access to a system or network and remain undetected for a prolonged period. An APT typically is a set of...   Read More

Antivirus bypass

Antivirus bypass refers to methods utilized by cyber attackers to elude or circumvent antivirus software, resulting in the successful execution of malicious software or malware without detection or deterrent. To thoroughly...   Read More


"Anti-detection" holds a prominent status. It is an umbrella term that refers to a set of sophisticated technical methods and techniques applied by cybercriminals to help avoid detection by advanced security measures, mainly...   Read More

Advanced evasion techniques

Advanced evasion techniques, often abbreviated as AETs, are a category of methods that cybercriminals utilize to mask their maleficent activities on a network. Emerged these techniques demonstrate a unique level of...   Read More

APT (Advanced Persistent Threat)

The Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) is a type of cyber attack often used by cyber criminals in an organized, professional and sophisticated way to gain unauthorized access to systems. These attacks are meticulously planned and...   Read More


ANTM, in the context of cybersecurity and antivirus software, stands for Advanced Network Threat Mitigation. It's a comprehensive security solution designed to protect networks and systems from various types of malicious...   Read More


Anti-tampering refers to various methods implemented to prevent unwanted alterations of products, software, hardware, electronic goods, or official documentation. anti-tampering is a defensive measure that aims to prevent...   Read More


Anti-debugging refers to several techniques used predominantly by malicious software to actively or passively avoid being detected or inspected by detection and debugging tools. Derived from the world of cybersecurity, these...   Read More

Ad fraud

In the world of digital advertising, "Ad Fraud" has become quite a significant issue that continues to plague the industry, maliciously siphoning away millions of dollars. This area, where the hidden principles of cybersecurity...   Read More

Application Whitelisting

Application whitelisting is a critical strategy which provides an additional layer of protection to a computer system. Think of it as a nightclub's exclusive list, allowing well-known, verified guests only. Any entity not on the...   Read More

Anomaly Detection

Anomaly detection or outlier detection is an essential component of data analysis in various fields such as fraud detection, surveillance, cybersecurity, antivirus application, and more. It plays a critically important role in...   Read More

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