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Online security

Online security refers to the practice of protecting devices, networks, and sensitive information from unauthorized access, theft, or damage...The term is also known as cybersecurity or internet security and cover a wide range...   Read More

Obfuscation Techniques

Obfuscation techniques are a unique category of cybersecurity measures seen as primary tools for malicious software, dedicated to ensuring persistence and evasiveness. These practices can often be seen as a double-edged sword:...   Read More

Online Fraud

Online fraud, one of the fastest-growing and most dynamic aspects of cybersecurity issues, includes any fraudulent scheme that uses online services to present fraudulent solicitations to potential victims, to conduct fraudulent...   Read More

Open Authorization (OAuth)

Open Authorization, commonly known as OAuth, is an open-standard authorization framework that provides applications with the desired "secure delegated access". The focus is on delivering access without needing to share sensitive...   Read More

Out-of-Band Authentication

Out-of-band authentication (OOB authentication) refers to a cybersecurity tactic that employs two different networks communicating independently for verification purposes. Instead of operating over the same channel that users use...   Read More

Online Backup

Online backup is a method used to store data such as databases, documents, emails, files, and much more, on remote servers or cloud servers through the internet. Also known as remote backup, web backup or cloud backup, this...   Read More

On-access scanning

On-access scanning, frequently referenced in the context of cybersecurity and antivirus strategies, is an essential technology devised to continuously shield computers and networks from potential threats such as malware and...   Read More

Online shield

"Online Shield" refers to an essential component of cybersecurity infrastructure. It involves a range of protection methodologies and technologies that maintain the safety of users from various online threats. These threats could...   Read More


Obfuscation is a commonly used technique of evading attribution and detection by obfuscating the source data in a way to prevent in-depth understanding. It is also a significant playing card in the hacker's arsenal used to...   Read More

Online Threats

Online threats can be understood as potential dangers associated with operating on and interacting within the digital world. From a cybersecurity perspective, online threats pose massive risks to both individual and enterprise...   Read More

Online Banking Protection

Online banking protection refers to measures and tools designed to provide a secure online banking environment to the users, preventing unauthorized access, theft, or other malicious actions targeted at sensitive financial...   Read More

Output Feedback Mode (OFB)

Output Feedback Mode (OFB) is a method of operation for symmetric key cryptographic block ciphers. This operation mode, brilliant in allowing a small amount of randomness to morph into a possibly unlimited data stream, is pivotal...   Read More

Other Keywords

In the context of cybersecurity and antivirus software, the term "Other Keywords" may not seem immediately obvious, but they play a crucial role in keeping security systems updated and effective. Other Keywords refer to specific...   Read More


OilRig is a label for a group of hackers or a hacking operation that is popularly associated with, believed to be sponsored by, or originating from Iranian authorities. This group has been documented to be incredibly active in...   Read More

Online Banking Scams

Online banking scams are fraudulent schemes aiming to steal critical banking-related information from individuals or companies using advanced digital technologies. This criminal field is a grave concern due to the rapid growth of...   Read More


Online Certificate Status Protocol, or OCSP, is an internet protocol used for obtaining the revocation status of an X.509 digital certificate. It is primarily used with even more specifically, in secure online communications....   Read More


Simply put, OAuth, short for Open Authorization, is a standard protocol for authorization that provides applications the ability to access user data from other applications, usually large ones such as Facebook or Google, without...   Read More

OpenID Connect

OpenID Connect is an identity layer that sits on top of the OAuth 2.0 protocol. It enables clients to verify the identity of an end-user based on the authentication performed by an authorization server. It also provides basic...   Read More

Online Certificate Status Protocol

The Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) forms an integral part of today's cybersecurity context. It is an online protocol utilized in the cryptographic realm of network security, specifically in the digital certification...   Read More

Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP)

The Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) is a protocol that is used to check the revocation status of certificates. This is a crucial component within the complex realm of cybersecurity and is a standard protocol used in...   Read More

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