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Cyberpedia Topics "Q"


The term ‘quarantine’ is not a new concept – in fact, its origins can be traced back to the enactment of the Forty-day law, which required ships arriving in foreign ports to load for forty days to ensure that proper...   Read More

Quantum encryption

Quantum encryption is a form of encryption technology that utilizes quantum mechanics principles to secure data during transmission. This technology is seen as the future of cybersecurity since it is said to be completely...   Read More

Quantum key distribution

Quantum key distribution (QKD) is a cutting-edge technology that is poised to revolutionize cybersecurity. The field of cybersecurity is increasingly important in our modern world as the amount of sensitive information...   Read More


Qakbot is a distinctive form of malware or virus that is specifically designed to take over Windows-based operating systems. This type of malware has become a serious threat to cybersecurity and antivirus programs...   Read More

Quid pro quo scams

Cybersecurity has become more important than ever due to the ever-expanding use of technology. As technology brings exciting benefits allowing us to stay connected to the world, hackers exploit it too with advanced methods and...   Read More

Quantum computing

Quantum computing, the field of computer science that combines theories of quantum physics with traditional computing methods, has gained significant attention over the past few years. Researchers and experts believe that quantum...   Read More

Quarantine Management

Quarantine management is a term used in cybersecurity and antivirus to refer to the process of isolating and containing suspected malware or suspicious files to prevent it from spreading to other systems or files. Quarantine...   Read More

Quid pro quo

Quid pro quo is a Latin phrase that translates to "something for something" or "this for that." This principle is commonly applied in negotiation, where one party agrees to provide certain goods or services in exchange for some...   Read More

Quick Scans

Quick Scans are an essential tool for identifying potentially malicious files and reducing the risk of system compromise. A Quick Scan is an antivirus tool that scans your computer or devices quickly for threats that affect its...   Read More

Quick Scan

Quick scan refers to a type of scanning technology that allows an antivirus software program to rapidly analyze and detect malware infections in a system. These scans are designed to quickly check a subset of files or directories...   Read More

Quarantined Files

With the continual rise of cyber threats like viruses, malware, and spyware, antivirus programs have become an essential tool for ensuring the security of computer and mobile device systems. One of the critical features of an...   Read More

Quick recovery time

Quick recovery time is a term commonly used in cybersecurity and antivirus discussions referring to the amount of time required to detect and respond to cyberattacks. Today, cyber threats and malware attacks are rampant, so a...   Read More

Quarantine Folder

In the field of cybersecurity and antivirus software, the term "quarantine folder" refers to a secure location where potentially harmful or suspicious files are stored before they can be properly analyzed and, if necessary,...   Read More

Quick installation

Quick installation is a term that is commonly used in cybersecurity and antivirus software. It refers to the process through which an antivirus or security program can be installed on a computer system in a fast, time-efficient...   Read More

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