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A botnet is a collection of internet-connected devices, including computers, smartphones, servers, or any other digital machine, infected with malicious software or malware which allows the botnet's master control over it. In...   Read More


In the ever-evolving field of cybersecurity and antivirus, the term "Backdoor" plays a significant role. A "Backdoor" is an illicit method of bypassing the normal authentication process in a system, an application, or a product....   Read More

Behavioral Analysis

Behavioral analysis is an essential component playing a significant role in protecting information and mitigating security threats. It entails the use of techniques and tools to understand and predict the behavior of various...   Read More

Banking Trojans

Banking Trojans, as the name implies, are malicious software primarily designed to steal sensitive information from systems used in online banking and financial transactions. Known for their stealth and disguise, they majorly...   Read More


Backdoors are typically unseen and unknown entry points in a computer system or software that were purposely set up, often by the original developers, allowing them to gain access later, circumventing standard forms of security....   Read More


Botnets are networks of private computers infected with malicious software and are among the most widespread and problematic forms of cybersecurity abuses today. The term is a combination of 'robot’ and 'network', which is...   Read More

Browser Hijackers

Browser hijackers are malevolent software types that modify web browser settings without the user's permission, consequently leading to unwanted advertising pop-ups, redirection to certain websites, or even personal data theft....   Read More

Buffer overflow

Buffer overflow is a condition in cybersecurity where an application or program tries to store more data in a buffer, or temporary data storage area, than intended to hold. Buffers are areas of memory set aside to hold data,...   Read More


In the realm of cybersecurity and antivirus programming software, the term "bot" holds a particular significance. Deriving its name from the term "robot," a bot is essentially a software application that runs automated tasks...   Read More


Blacklist is a basic method used to protect computer systems and networks from potential threats. This term refers to a catalogue of entities, such as malicious IP addresses, web pages, applications, email addresses, programs, or...   Read More

Backdoor program

"Backdoor program" is a fundamental concept within the realm of cybersecurity and antivirus protection. In the technical lexicon, the term "backdoor" primarily refers to any method devised by an intruder to bypass conventional...   Read More


Baiting is a specific form of social engineering attack that exploits the human tendency of curiosity or greed to initiate a malicious activity. the term is familiar and associated more popularly with cybercriminals aiming to...   Read More

Behavioral-based detection

Behavioral-based detection is a relatively recent development in the field of cybersecurity and is particularly linked with antivirus/mobile security applications. It is fundamentally different from the traditional method of...   Read More

Biometric Authentication

Biometric authentication in the context of cybersecurity and antivirus represents a significant upgrade in user authentication technology from traditional methods like passwords and security questions. This method involves...   Read More

Black-hat hacker

In the digitally interconnected realm of cybersecurity, one might often hear words like white-hat, grey-hat, or black-hat hackers. Among the dark and deadly warriors in the cyber world, black-hat hackers pose significant threats...   Read More

Boot sector virus

The term “boot sector virus” refers to a distinct sort of malware that infects the startup sectors of storage media like hard drives, floppy disks, or even USB drives. These threats have severe implications on system...   Read More

Botnet Detection

Botnet detection refers to the process of identifying, observing, and then removing a set of infected computers that have been potentially hijacked by hackers to conduct all sorts of malicious cyber activities. The term 'botnet'...   Read More

Brute-force attack

Brute-force attack in the sphere of cybersecurity is a method employed by hackers where they systematically attempt all probable combinations of passwords or encryption keys until the correct one is located. As the name suggests,...   Read More

Buffer overflow attack

Buffer overflow attack is a widespread term within cybersecurity circles. It has been gravely destructive since it was first presented several years ago. It is among the most common reasons for production downtime in the...   Read More

Business continuity planning

Business continuity planning, with refers to the design, development, and implementation of a comprehensive set of protocols to aid an organization in recovering and continuing operations safely during or after a disruptive...   Read More

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