Backdoor programs are applications that open computers to access by remote systems. These programs typically respond to specially-built client programs but can be designed to respond to legitimate messaging applications.
A blocklist (also known as a blacklist) is a list of items in a set that are not accepted. In computer security, a blocklist may be used to exclude which set to detect, quarantine, block, or perform security scans on.
A botnet [short for bot network] is a network of hijacked zombie computers that are remotely controlled by a hacker. The hacker uses the network to send spam and launch Distributed Denial of Service [DDoS] attacks, and may rent the network out to other cyberc
A botnet (short for bot network) is a network of hijacked zombie computers controlled remotely by a hacker. The hacker uses the network to send spam and launch Denial of Service attacks, and may rent the network out to other cybercriminals.
Business Email Compromise (BEC) is a type of scam targeting companies who conduct wire transfers and have suppliers abroad. Corporate or publicly available email accounts of executives or high-level employees related to finance or involved with wire