Definition

  • Obfuscation refers to the process of concealing something important, valuable, or critical. Cybercriminals use obfuscation to conceal information such as files to be downloaded, sites to be visited, etc.
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  • The operating system (OS) is the master software program that controls the computer’s basic functions. Examples of operating systems include Windows, MacOS, Unix and Linux.
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  • Overall risk rating provides a general rating for a specific malware. This rating is automatically computed based on four other ratings: damage potential, distribution potential, information exposure, and reported infections.
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