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One-time pad

The "One-time pad" (OTP) is a pinnacle encryption method utilized in the realm of cybersecurity and largely considered the most secure methods of encryption. Its underlying principle revolves around the usage of a pre-shared key...   Read More

Online banking security

Online banking security can be defined as a framework of safety measures and controls designed to safeguard your money, personal identity, and financial information from potential threats that originate from the digital...   Read More


'offloading' refers to a strategic optimization methodology used to reduce the workload imposed by security processes on a system. The aim is to facilitate smoother and faster operations without compromising the security of a...   Read More

Online Identity Theft

Online identity theft, prevalent in the modern age of technology and internet, intrudes categories of significant perturbations in the domains of cybersecurity. It is essentially a technologically driven, maligned means of...   Read More

Online Scams

Online Scams are deceptive practices perpetrated through the internet to trick unwary individuals to disclose personal, sensitive data, or extort money by offering misleading goods, services, or investment opportunities. This...   Read More

Outbound email filtering

Outbound email filtering is a critical aspect of cybersecurity that guards against email-based threats and data leaks. In the age of digital technology, where cybercriminals constantly devise new modes of attacks, outbound email...   Read More

OpenShift Security

OpenShift Security is a broad topic that falls within the realm of cybersecurity and antivirus protection. When we talk about OpenShift Security, we're referring to the various practices, protocols, and technologies utilized in...   Read More

Organization Validated (OV) Certificate

Organizations use data encryption to secure their channels of communication and protect their information from possible interception or alteration when exchanged online. In this context, certificates play a key role, and one of...   Read More

OAuth 2.0

OAuth 2.0, in the realm of cybersecurity and antivirus strategy, is an open standard protocol for authorization. It is primarily utilized as a means for Internet users to grant websites or applications access to their information...   Read More

One-time password

One-Time Password (OTP), as the term itself suggests, is a password or code that is valid for only one login session or transaction, making it an effective method of countering cyber threats like password cracking attacks. The...   Read More

Online harassment

Online harassment, at its core, is a serious threat both to an individual's personal sense of safety and to the larger digital ecosystems. With online harassment has emerged as a menacing challenge combating which requires...   Read More

Offline backup

Offline backup, also known as cold backup, pertains to a type of data protection strategy within the broad domain of cybersecurity. This practice is an essential component of any comprehensive data security plan, offering...   Read More


OpenID is an open standard and decentralized authentication protocol that enables users to authenticate to multiple websites using a single identity. Promoted by the non-profit OpenID Foundation, it was developed to solve the...   Read More

Opera vulnerabilities

Opera is a web browser that, much like Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Internet Explorer, powers millions of desktops, mobile phones, and tablets worldwide. Users rely on Opera to browse the Internet, do online shopping,...   Read More


OpenPGP, short for Open Pretty Good Privacy, signifies an encryption scheme virtually unbreakable, developed from an open source software framework. Endorsed by security professionals worldwide and routinely used to protect...   Read More

Online Surveillance

Online Surveillance, a term often a source of contention and confusion, is endemic in the digital landscape of the 21st century where communication, transactions, and lifestyle have migrated from real to virtual. Simply defined,...   Read More

Outbound Traffic Control

Outbound Traffic Control refers to the real-time management of data transmitted from an internal network to an external one. It is an essential aspect of comprehensive network security protocols designed to monitor and prevent...   Read More


OpenSSH, or Open Secure Shell, is a collection of client-server utilities that provide a secure mechanism for two computers to communicate over an unsecured network. Developed as a part of the OpenBSD project, OpenSSH is one of...   Read More

On-demand Scanning

"On-demand Scanning" is a terminology commonly used in the field of cybersecurity and it pertains specifically to the field of antivirus protection for computing. With the exponential burst of digital transformation comes a...   Read More

Open ID Connect

Open ID Connect is something that should not slip under the radar. It's a simple yet incredibly crucial and beneficial layer that rests on top of OAuth 2.0, the protocol that allows us to approve one application interacting with...   Read More

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