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Logic bombs

A logic bomb is akin to a sleeper agent in the vast world of cyber warfare. Existing subtly within a system, it waits patiently to strike, not as a continuous threat but as a conditional one. A primarily malicious code, it is...   Read More

Logic bomb

A logic bomb refers to a piece of malicious code that has been inserted into a software system. It's designed to trigger a malicious function when certain conditions are met. Despite their evocative name, logic bombs aren't...   Read More

Log management

Log management is a key component in the overarching field of cybersecurity and anti-virus measures that refers to the collective processes and policies involved to administer and facilitate the generation, analysis, storage,...   Read More

Link Scanner

The context of cybersecurity has constantly been evolving due to the persistence of cyber threats within the digital space. One solution that has emerged is the "Link Scanner" technology, which is instrumental in providing a...   Read More

Linux rootkit

A "Linux rootkit" is a malicious software invention capable of infectaging consequenceses primarily in the cybersecurity field, especially in the context of antivirus deployment and management. A primary concern in the digital...   Read More

Log Analysis

Log Analysis is essentially the process of evaluating the recorded data from servers, networks, and systems to make sense of transactions, discover usage trends, track system functioning, troubleshoot problems, and comprehend how...   Read More


Locker, a term commonly used in the domain of cybersecurity and antivirus, refers to a category of malware. Often identified as a subtype of ransomware, Locker represents an ominous threat to individual computer users,...   Read More

Locky ransomware

Locky Ransomware is a kind of malware that infiltrates a user's machine with the primary objective of encrypting the victim's files and making them inaccessible. It typically disguises itself as a legitimate email attachment or...   Read More

Let's Encrypt

Let's Encrypt is a revolutionary innovation in the world of internet security and, more broadly, in the field of cybersecurity and antivirus. This free, automated, and open certificate authority (CA) has been made available by...   Read More

Lucky13 Attack

The Lucky13 attack is a cryptographic exploit often associated with cyber security as it specifically targets a key encryption protocol, the Transport Layer Security (TLS). This protocol is commonly used to protect sensitive data...   Read More

Logjam Attack

"Logjam Attack" is a significant cybersecurity vulnerability associated with the most common security protocols used in securing network communications. Logjam involves an exploitation of the transport layer security and secure...   Read More

Location tracking

Location tracking, within the backdrop of cybersecurity and antivirus systems, refers to the strategy used by various digital devices to keep tabs on an individual's real-world geographical location. It operates through a...   Read More

Log monitoring

Log monitoring is a significant aspect of cybersecurity and plays a crucial role in implementing an efficient antivirus system. it refers to the process of reviewing, analyzing, and interpreting the records or logs made by...   Read More

Locky virus

The Locky virus is a type of malicious ransomware that infiltrates computer systems with the primary objective of extorting money from victims. This phenomenon is part of the troubling rise of cyber criminal activity,...   Read More

Login Credentials

Login credentials are a crucial component within the realm of cybersecurity and antivirus strategies. They are essentially unique sets of user identification data that are utilized to grant access to private networks, secure...   Read More


"Locky" is a malignant term often heard within the cybersecurity industry. It is crucial to comprehend what it represents and the potential fallout associated with these frequently occurring cyber threats. People who are not...   Read More

Local Backup

Local backup holds a pivotal role as it serves as the primary line of defense to ensure against data losses attributed to a variety of threats such as, malware attacks, unintentional data deletion, system crashes, hard drive...   Read More


Lightweight Directory Access Protocol, often referred to as LDAP, is a standard protocol that applications use to manage and access structured information over a network. Developers broadly use it for authenticating and...   Read More

Location-based Filtering

Location-based filtering is an advanced network security mechanism predominantly used in cybersecurity and antivirus applications. It is a technologically advanced method predicated on restricting or allowing data transmission...   Read More

Log collection

Log collection refers to the process where a system gathers data across computer networks, systems, and applications. These data are typically system event logs, records of occurrences within an operating system (OS) or software,...   Read More

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