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"Pentest" , short for penetration testing, is a practice in the field of cybersecurity intended to strengthen and secure a system against potential attacks. In a world where digitization is increasingly becoming the norm,...   Read More

Penetration Test

A penetration test, commonly known as a pen test or ethical hacking, is a simulated cyber-attack against your computer system designed to check for exploitable vulnerabilities. it is an indispensable way of strengthening the...   Read More

Polymorphic shellcode

Polymorphic shellcode represents a critical component for executing certain types of cybersecurity exploits. a shellcode typically refers to a short piece of code used as the payload in the exploitation of software...   Read More

Payload Encryption

Payload encryption is a critical technique employed in cybersecurity measures that deals with statistical, mathematical, and algorithmic methods to secure data and information. it involves converting data (the payload) into a...   Read More

Permutation-based obfuscation

Permutation-based obfuscation is a high-level cybersecurity method, specifically in protecting software codes from unauthorized manipulation and reading by malicious hackers. In the realm of digital security, it tends to be...   Read More

Phishing malware

Phishing malware is one of the significant issues posing threats to cybersecurity in contemporary times. It represents both a deceptive and malicious practice, which cybercriminals leverage to gain unauthorized entry into...   Read More


Phishing is a malicious cyber-attack activity that involves the manipulation of an innocent individual or business into revealing sensitive, confidential information such as login credentials, credit card numbers, or even social...   Read More

Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)

Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) is a set of policies, roles, and procedures needed to create, manage, distribute, use, store, and revoke digital certificates, and manage public-key encryption. It is the most established...   Read More

Polymorphic virus

The concept of a "polymorphic virus" in the context of cybersecurity and antivirus is an increasingly significant area of concern. A polymorphic virus is a type of computer virus that is capable of changing its underlying code...   Read More

Packet Sniffing

Packet sniffing, from a cybersecurity perspective, describes the technique of capturing, inspecting, and/or interpreting data packets circulating within networks. It's a method commonly used to pinpoint, analyze, diagnose, and...   Read More

Penetration Testing

Penetration testing, also known as pen testing or ethical hacking, is a practice in the field of cybersecurity where proficient analysts conduct a simulated attack on a computer system, network, or application, intending to...   Read More

Public Key Cryptography

Public key cryptography, also known as asymmetric cryptography, is a pillar of modern-day cybersecurity. In the increasingly interconnected digital society, the need for secure and reliable means of transmitting and storing...   Read More

Password Manager

A password manager is a software application designed to store and manage online credentials. These tools usually store encrypted passwords, requiring the user to create a master password to access exclusively. By remembering and...   Read More


The term "Payload" is ubiquitous. Payload, in cybersecurity context, refers to the content carried in a malicious software or malware – the actual harmful effect that it intends to produce on the infected system. Depending upon...   Read More

Personal Identification Number (PIN)

A Personal Identification Number, commonly known as PIN, is basically a password or a secret numeric code predominantly used in multifarious transactions to authenticate or validate the identity of a user. This concept has become...   Read More

Phishing attack

In the cybersecurity landscape, an ever-present threat remains the audaciously prolific method of intrusion known as a "Phishing Attack". A creature of the digital realm, it has been a constant adversary in the ongoing battle...   Read More

Ping Of Death

"Ping of Death," referred to as PoD, is a term that emerged from the cybersecurity field, and it is a technique incorporated for nefarious reasons by intruders looking to exploit weaknesses in any computer system or network...   Read More

Port scanning

Port scanning, in the context of cybersecurity and antivirus strategies, is a method by which hackers evaluate a system for potential points of entry. The term is related to the use of "ports" in the computer networking realm....   Read More

Privilege escalation

Privilege escalation is a significant concept in the realm of cybersecurity and plays a critical role in the understanding and defining of many potential vulnerabilities in security systems. The term itself refers to the act of...   Read More

Protected health information (PHI)

,Protected Health Information (PHI) is a fundamental aspect in healthcare that requires superior levels of security and protection due to its sensitivity. PHI refers to any health-related information that can be associated with a...   Read More

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