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Offline Access

"Offline Access" refers to the ability to access, manipulate and utilize information or resources stored on one's device without needing a live and constant Internet connection. This concept holds particular relevance within the...   Read More

Operating System Updates

An operating system (OS) forms the backbone of any computer, mobile phone, or tablet. It consists of essential software that is crucial for managing hardware and software resources and providing various services for computer...   Read More

Online Banking PIN

The global digital transformation has delivered countless advancements and conveniences. Among these is online banking, which has revolutionized traditional banking practices, allowing individuals to manage their finances with...   Read More

Open Ports

An open port, in the context of cybersecurity and antivirus software, serves as a kind of communication endpoint. Just as humans require their mouths to communicate, computers require open ports to send and receive messages. They...   Read More

Operating System detection

Operating System detection refers to the process where a system or a piece of software identifies the specifics of the operating system of a computer or network. Operating System (OS) detection plays a critical role by allowing...   Read More

Opal Standards

Opal Standards are an incredible advent in the realm of cybersecurity and antivirus. These standards were introduced by a consortium of widely recognized industry-dominators in the field known as the Trusted Computing Group...   Read More


OV SSL, or Organization Validation Secure Socket Layers, standards play a crucial role. OV SSL represents the intermediate degree of certainty for the authentication process, helping to cement a deeper level of trust between...   Read More

Outbreak Prevention

Outbreak prevention comprises measures that businesses and organizations implement to identify, prevent, respond to, and minimize damage from cyber threats. Named after viral biological invasions, it is one way businesses and...   Read More

One-Time Passwords

Considering the world inundated with web-dependent functions facilitated by technological advancements, cybersecurity has epitomized a profound concern for individuals and organizations alike. These encompass precautions taken to...   Read More

Offsite backup

Offsite backup refers to the replication, storage, and transmission of data to a device located outside a company's primary storage sites, such as an office, warehouse, or other physical structures. Instead, information is kept...   Read More

Offline Antivirus Scanner

Offline antivirus scanners constitute an integral component in our ongoing battle to secure computer systems from potential harmful software, capable of causing not only significant harm to the device itself but potentially...   Read More

Obsolete Software

Obsolete software refers to software that is no longer updated, maintained, or supported by its developers or vendors. This software could have once been a widely accepted utility in the realm of cybersecurity or antivirus, but...   Read More

Offline Threats

"Offline Threats" refers to the potential dangers or risks to a user's computer system or network when not connected to the internet. In the context of cybersecurity and antivirus solutions, "offline threats" might sound like an...   Read More

Online Scanning

Online scanning refers to a mechanism carried out by specific web-based services to analyze and evaluate computer systems, websites, digital assets, and networks for potential threats, vulnerabilities, or malware infections. It's...   Read More

Online Phishing Attacks

Online Phishing Attacks are one of the most common methods hackers use to infiltrate a system or trick unsuspecting internet users into revealing their personal details like passwords, bank details, or credit card numbers. a...   Read More

Online Threats Blocker

As our world progressively embraces digitalization, cybersecurity concerns become increasingly critical. One of the notable concepts in this realm is the "Online Threats Blocker." An online threat blocker is a software...   Read More

Online activation

Online activation is a fundamental procedure implemented by numerous companies and service providers, especially in cybersecurity and antivirus systems. It basically implies that your software, antivirus, or any online product...   Read More

Outdated security software

"Outdated security software" , in the sphere of cybersecurity and antivirus programs, generally refers to non-updated or antiquated versions of software that are designed to shield computers and digital networks from malicious...   Read More

Open Relay

Open Relay, also known as an insecure relay or a third-party relay, refers to an email server that allows third parties to send emails that are neither to nor from local users. Simplistically put, the Open Relay functionality...   Read More


"Opt-out" is a commonly used term referring primarily to the act of selecting not to participate in a program, service, or even system functions. The term is particularly prevalent where it often correlates with services such as...   Read More

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