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Jailbreaking is a prevalent term in the world of smartphones, particularly when it comes to iOS devices. It refers to the practice of hacking an iOS device's operating system to remove restrictions imposed by Apple. Apple builds...   Read More

JavaScript-based Attacks

In today’s connected world, the number of digital attacks has risen at an alarming rate. Hackers and cybercriminals are constantly seeking out new vulnerabilities to breach systems and networks. Cybersecurity, therefore, has...   Read More

Junk code insertion

Junk code insertion is a commonly used technique for evading antivirus software in the context of cybersecurity. It refers to the deliberate insertion of meaningless and irrelevant pieces of code into a software program's source...   Read More


JavaScript is a high-level, interpreted programming language that plays a significant role in today’s web development. The programming language is often responsible for dynamically creating web page functions, and it is...   Read More

Junk mail filter

Junk mail filter is a technology that plays an important role in cybersecurity and antivirus solutions. As the name suggests, it is designed to sift through electronic communications, particularly emails, and filter out unwanted...   Read More

Jailbreak Detection

Jailbreaking is the process of removing software restrictions imposed by the manufacturer or carrier from an iOS device, allowing the user to customize the device beyond what is usually possible. With jailbreaking, a user can...   Read More

JSON Web Token

JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) Web Token, or JWT, is a widely-used industry standard for implementing authentication and access control between parties across computer networks, typically but not exclusively for web and mobile...   Read More

JIT (Just-in-time) spraying

Just-in-Time (JIT) operating systems have grown in popularity in recent years, particularly in the field of cyber security. The concept of JIT is to make use of real-time data updates, building upon efficient code...   Read More

Java exploits

Java exploits are a common method of exploiting vulnerabilities in the Java programming language, posing a significant security risk for individuals and organizations. A Java exploit refers to a malicious code that is designed to...   Read More

JIT spray

Just-in-time (JIT) spraying is a technique in cybersecurity and antivirus analysis that has become popular in recent years, thanks to its effectiveness against memory-based attacks. Essentially, JIT spraying is a method of...   Read More

JIT Hardening

Just-In-Time (JIT) hardening is a popular cybersecurity technique that is commonly implemented in anti-virus solutions. JIT hardening has been developed as new method to protect systems from malicious attacks by hardening the...   Read More

Junk Files

Junk Files refer to the unwanted and unnecessary files that accumulate on a computer system over time. These files may include temporary files, browser cache, log files, and various other types of files that serve no purpose on a...   Read More

Junk file remover

In today’s world of technology, we generate and access a large amount of data on a daily basis. From browsing the internet, to downloading files, to creating and saving documents, our devices store a lot of data. while this...   Read More

Junk Mail Prevention

Data security has become more critical than ever before. With people practically living on their electronic devices for communication and business, our existence and our privacy have become something of a digital commodity that...   Read More


JavaScript (JS) is a popular scripting language used in web development to create interactive and dynamic web pages. It enables the creation of web applications that function like desktop applications, offering a sophisticated...   Read More


JScript is a scripting language created by Microsoft in the mid-1990s as a flavor of its popular scripting language, VBScript. It was meant to facilitate more complicated and efficient website interactions and provide added...   Read More


In today's technology-driven world, everything from social media to online work requires the use of digital images to enhance communication. As a result, image file formats have become increasingly important, with...   Read More

Junk mail

Junk mail, also known as spam, is unsolicited emails or messages sent in bulk to various email addresses. Typically, these emails are sent with commercial or malicious intent, sometimes even a combination of both. Research...   Read More

Junk Code

Junk code, also referred to as code bloat or highly obfuscated code, is a term used in cybersecurity to describe computer code that obfuscates or hides the main functionality of the software or program...Junk code is often...   Read More

JavaScript blocking

JavaScript is an important part of today's web environment. It is powerful and plays a crucial role in delivering interactive content, among other functionalities. with its widespread use, the risk of attacks aimed at it are...   Read More

Junk File Removal

Cybersecurity and antivirus software have become an indispensable part of our everyday lives. With the constantly increasing threats of cybercrime and malicious software, it is essential to keep our devices and data secure. One...   Read More

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