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Heuristic analysis

Heuristic analysis is a key component within cybersecurity and antivirus protocols designed for the purpose of detecting and combating significantly disruptive threats such as malware. This manner of identification detects novel...   Read More


Heuristic is a technique employed by many advanced antivirus programs to identify new or modified types of malicious software. these tools aren't limited to merely recognizing known threats; they've become intelligent enough to...   Read More


HTTPS, an acronym for Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure, is an internet communication protocol utilized for securing the information shared over a computer network. It is the backbone of data privacy on the internet and is...   Read More


"Honeypot" is a commonly used term in the field of cybersecurity and antivirus. It serves as a defense mechanism against would-be cyber attackers who attempt to compromise any network's safety and confidentiality. It’s a type...   Read More

Host-based intrusion detection system (HIDS)

Host-based Intrusion Detection System (HIDS) is a crucial element in cybersecurity environments. The system's fundamental purpose is to protect computer systems against unauthorized access, malware, and other forms of...   Read More


Hacktivism is the amalgamation of two terms: hacking and activism. It is the utilization of hacking methods by highly skilled professionals, primarily the coders, to promote or impede a certain cause or idea primarily linked to...   Read More


In the domain of cybersecurity and antivirus software, the term "hash" is of utmost importance and it refers to an algorithm or function used to turn data into a number of fixed size. Hash functions are significant elements of...   Read More

Hash Value

A hash value primarily refers to the outcome of a hash function -- a unique identifier or 'digital fingerprint' that plays an integral role in computer and information science, particularly in the realms of cybersecurity and...   Read More

Host intrusion prevention system (HIPS)

A Host Intrusion Prevention System (HIPS) is an advanced securities application designed to prevent malicious operations or intrusions from posing threats to a single host. Often utilized within the realms of cybersecurity and...   Read More

Hybrid Cloud Security

Hybrid cloud security refers to the measures, solutions, and systems applied to maintain security, integrity, and privacy of data and operations contained across a mixed private and public cloud structure – that's the so-called...   Read More

Hypervisor-based security

Hypervisor-based security is a concept in cybersecurity that pertains to protecting computer systems through virtualization technology, particularly involving a hypervisor. At a foundational level, a hypervisor, also known as a...   Read More

Hash function

A hash function, in the context of cybersecurity and antivirus measures, is chiefly important as it plays a significant role in maintaining the integrity and confidentiality of data. To simplify, a hash function is a special type...   Read More


Cybersecurity and antivirus applications are the first and foremost defenses that an organization, corporation or even an ordinary individual deploys to safeguard sensitive information from malicious entities in cyberspace. Terms...   Read More


Hooking refers to a range of techniques used in computer programming to enhance or alter how an operating system or a piece of software operates, often for the purpose of debugging or reverse engineering. the term takes on...   Read More


"Hijacking" in the context of cybersecurity and antivirus refers to the act of seizing control of a computer system, network, or software application without the user's consent or knowledge. It is a kind of cyberattack similar to...   Read More

HTTP Flooding

HTTP flooding is a type of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack where the attacker exploits a seemingly innocuous HTTP POST or HTTP GET requests to attack a web server or application directly. HTTP flooding is a severe...   Read More

Hidden access

Hidden access also known as covert channels or backdoors, refers to secret or invisible access points embedded within a system, network, or application by its developers. This is provided intentionally or placed maliciously by...   Read More

Heuristics scanning

Heuristics scanning, in the context of cybersecurity and antivirus protocols, addresses a pertinent aspect in security – probabilistic judgment, also known as "educated guess," that supports rapid decisions...Heuristics...   Read More


In the context of cybersecurity and antivirus software, the term "hack" is a term used to describe unauthorized access or intrusion into a computer network, system, or individual computer with a malicious intent. Generally...   Read More


Heuristics, otherwise referred to as heuristic analysis, is the problem-solving method employed in cybersecurity that prioritizes deductions from existing knowledge rather than exploring alternatives or engaging in simulation...   Read More

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