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    What’s the Difference between a Virus and a Worm?

    Virus vs Worm: Viruses are dormant until their host file is activated. Worms are malware that self-replicate & propagate independently once in the system.

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    The biggest ransomware threats of 2017

    These Ransomware attacks made news headlines in 2017 as they spread worldwide, hijacking thousands of computers and crippling businesses. Learn why WannaCry, Petya and Bad Rabbit are on the list of worst ransomware threats in history.
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    Computer Viruses and Malicious Software

    Over the years, malicious software – or malware – has developed into an extremely serious threat that can place your computer… your precious files, photos, music and financial information… your money… and your children… at risk. However, there are steps you can take to ensure you don’t become a victim of today’s increasingly sophisticated cyberattacks and Internet security threats.

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    What is a Trojan Virus? - Definition

    Trojans are malicious programs that perform actions that have not been authorised by the user...

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    What is a Computer Virus or a Computer Worm?

    A computer virus or a computer worm is a malicious software program that can self-replicate on computers or via computer networks – without you being aware that your machine has become infected...

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    Dealing with Svchost.exe Virus' Sneak Attack

    Svchost.exe actually stands for "service host," and it is a file used by many Windows applications. Despite this, it often is mistaken as a virus because malware authors have been known to attach malicious files to the svchost.exe service to prevent detection.

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    Cyber Threats from Foreign Hackers

    In Summer 2015, the University of Virginia computer network was the site of a new hacking attack tied to foreign intelligence operatives. The university has long-standing ties to the Pentagon and U.S. intelligence agencies, making it a natural target for espionage hacks. As a result, UVA shut down its servers for two days, but reported that no student, faculty, or staff personal information (like Social Security numbers) was compromised.

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    5 Warning Signs of Advanced Persistent Threat and How to Prevent Advanced Persistent Threats

    Advanced Persistent Threat is a long-term attack that locates and exploits sensitive information. Learn about 5 warning signs of Advanced Persistent Threat and tips on preventing APT.
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    What is a Black-Hat hacker?

    Black Hat hackers are criminals who break into computer networks with malicious intent. They may also release malware that destroys files or steals passwords.
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    A Brief History of Computer Viruses & What the Future Holds

    When it comes to cybersecurity, there are few terms with more name recognition than "computer viruses." Despite the prevalence of these threats and their wide-spread impact, however, many users don't know about the basic nature of viruses. 

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