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Advanced Persistent Threats

Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) have increasingly become a prominent concern within cybersecurity circles. they refer to continuous, clandestine, and complex cyberattacks that are aimed at executing unauthorized codes,...   Read More

API Monitoring

API monitoring refers to the process of examining Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) to assess their functional efficiency, security, reliability and accessibility. APIs are essentially powerful communication conduits that...   Read More

Anti-debugging techniques

Anti-debugging techniques are tactics used to evade, obstruct or mislead debugging efforts to scrutinize malicious activities or operations within a computer system. These techniques are commonly used in shrouding malware and...   Read More

Anti-disassembly techniques

Anti-disassembly technique refers to a sophisticated tactic used primarily by malware developers to protect their malware or alter its operational mechanisms to counter the probing and defensive actions unleashed by cybersecurity...   Read More


"Anti-analysis" is an increasingly prevalent topic within the field of cybersecurity and antivirus research. As digital technologies progress, malicious hackers and cybercriminals equip themselves with more sophisticated methods...   Read More

Anti-Virus Bypass

Antivirus bypass refers to the means attackers employ to circumvent or effectively deceive antivirus software, which serves as the primary defense mechanism against malware for most computer systems. when someone is able to...   Read More

Arbitrary Code Execution

Arbitrary Code Execution (ACE) is a common method of attack used by malicious actors in the world of computer security and the cyber sphere. Primarily, it involves the of extraneous or foreign code into a computer's...   Read More


Anti-virtualization is a cybersecurity concept that denotes the use of malicious software to thwart virtualization techniques or escape virtual environments. it is an anti-analysis technique used by malware to detect and combat...   Read More

Authentication token

Authentication tokens are one of the most critical elements in cybersecurity protocols and functionalities today. Commonly implemented as hardware or software systems, an authentication token is akin to an electronic key that is...   Read More

API obfuscation

API obfuscation is a technique used in cybersecurity to protect valuable data from being exploited by attackers. API or Application Programming Interface is the software intermediary that allows two applications to communicate...   Read More

Anti-tampering measures

Anti-tampering measures, within the scope of cybersecurity and antivirus operations, refer to a cluster of methods, protocols, and practices designed to thwart any unauthorized modifications, alterations, or interference with...   Read More

Antivirus Terminology

Antivirus terminology is a collection of specialized jargon, phrases, abbreviations, and words pertaining to computer security, specifically focusing on antivirus systems. A proper grasp of these terms is integral for anyone...   Read More


The Advanced Encryption Standard, commonly referred to as AES, is an encryption algorithm implemented in digital cryptography to protect confidential information or sensitive data from unauthorized individuals or entities. Being...   Read More


APT28, also known as Fancy Bear, Sofacy, PawnStorm and Strontium, among others, is a highly sophisticated state-sponsored group engaged in cyber espionage and considered to be operative since approximately 2007. Providing it...   Read More


APT29, also known as Cozy Bear, Dukes, or Office Monkeys, is a group of hacker spies regarded as several notches above the realms of mundane cybercriminals in the organization of cyberspace threats. They are believed to be backed...   Read More


Aurora, in the field of cybersecurity and antivirus software, is commonly recognized for its association with Operation Aurora, a series of cyberspace threats and breaches orchestrated by highly advanced and persistent threat...   Read More

Adware detection and removal

"Adware detection and removal" is a fundamental aspect of cybersecurity, a broad field focused on protecting computer systems, networks, and digital data from various threats. adware is typically considered as a variety of...   Read More

Ad injection

Ad injection is a term associated primarily with cybersecurity and its subfield dedicated to combating against malicious software such as adware. ad injection refers to the process by which unwanted and intrusive ads are...   Read More

Adware Remover

Adware remover is a critical tool in the cybersecurity field, aimed at protecting computer systems from potential adware threats. As threats to cybersecurity grow more potent and varied, the importance of tools that provide a...   Read More

App Scanner

An app scanner is a vital tool designed to manage the application landscape of your device or multiple connected gadgets, monitor behaviors, and improve security. This tool, despite its modest name, employs a complex series of...   Read More

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