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URL spoofing

A spoofed URL is a fake link that has been made to look legitimate in order to trick you and steal your data. Sometimes, just clicking on a spoofed URL is enough to infect your device with malware. Other times, the website will...   Read More

Unified Threat Management (UTM)

Unified Threat Management (UTM) systems basically act as gatekeepers who oversee and secure digital systems. They are cybersecurity solutions that consolidate multiple security functions into one singular system, thus ensuring...   Read More

URL Filtering

URL filtering is a method employed extensively in the cybersecurity and antivirus realm to protect an organization's network by restricting access to a list of specific websites or web pages that are deemed potentially harmful or...   Read More

URL blocking

URL blocking is a term originating from the cybersecurity industry and is widely applied in antivirus programs to ensure the digital security of systems. The step to comprehend the full capacity of URL blocking and why it is such...   Read More

USB drive scanning

USB drive scanning is a crucial step in the process of ensuring that the data transfer process via USB devices does not result in vulnerability or an attack on the system’s security infrastructure. It is grounded in the...   Read More

USB Scanning

USB scanning refers to the cybersecurity mechanism that detects and mitigates threats from USB devices inserted into computers or networks. Within the context of cybersecurity and antivirus technology, USB scanning plays a...   Read More

User Profiles

In the realms of cybersecurity and antivirus protection, the term "user profiles" carries significant weight. User profiles are essentially digital representations of end users within a particular system which contain data about...   Read More

User-friendly interface

A user-friendly interface, from a cybersecurity and antivirus perspective, refers to a digital navigational platform designed to be comprehensible to and readily accessed by every user, regardless of computing proficiency. This...   Read More

Unauthorized Software

Unauthorized software refers to any computer programs, applications, tools, or extensions that have been installed onto a device without the necessary licenses or permissions required. In many situations, the software may be...   Read More

User interface

The user interface stands out as a critical element that oftentimes goes unappreciated. The user interface, or more commonly known as UI, serves as the means by which users - often not versed in technology or coding - can...   Read More


The term "undetectable" is used to denote a situation where a malicious component or entity manages to infiltrate, take control, or operate within a system without being discovered by the protective mechanisms put into place,...   Read More


"Userland" , a term widely used in the field of cybersecurity and also in the arena of antivirus technology, refers to an area of a computer system where application software and certain aspects of the operating system,...   Read More

Unwanted software

Unwanted software, often referred to as Potentially Unwanted Programs (PUPs) or Potentially Unwanted Applications (PUAs), represents a significant challenge within the cybersecurity field. Unwanted software typically infiltrates...   Read More

User Account Control (UAC) Bypass

User Account Control (UAC) Bypass refers to an intrusion technique primarily utilized by cybercriminals when launching an attack on a computer system. This strategy preys on the User Account Control (UAC), an inherent security...   Read More

User Behavior Analytics

User Behavior Analytics (UBA) is an essential feature in the landscape of cybersecurity and antivirus solutions. It refers to using advanced algorithms and statistical projections to understand, track, and analyze how users...   Read More

Unsupervised Learning

Unsupervised learning is a type of machine learning algorithm that involves input data without labeled responses. It is analogous to the process of learning through exploration, where the learner is supplied a mountain of...   Read More

USB worm

A "USB worm" belongs to a category of malicious software (malware) engineered to propagate through portable drives, most notably USB storage devices. This worm is designed to function automatically, and it will frequently...   Read More


UPATRE is a type of malware that emerged in the wild in late 2013, posing a significant risk to the cybersecurity landscape. Its name derived from a binary string found in its early variants, UPATRE has since evolved into...   Read More

Unsafe network

The term "unsafe network" frequently buzzes around, raising alarms for users, corporations, and cybersecurity experts alike. It represents a looming threat that can leave permanent implications if not managed properly. An unsafe...   Read More

URL blocker

In the broad sphere of cybersecurity and antivirus, a URL blocker plays a critical role in encapsulating a myriad of protective functionalities. To define it in simple terms, a URL blocker is a software, tool, or feature aimed to...   Read More

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