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These are programs that protect users and PCs from viruses or other forms of malignant software;

Backup: The Backup is one of the most significant measures to protect user or firm data from any intentional destruction by viruses or hackers as well as other causes, e.g. natural disasters or material failures;

Cryptography: Encrypting sensitive data averts the risk of critical personal or corporate data coming into the hands of criminals;

Exploit: Exploit is the means that takes advantage of a certain gap in security to give a certain hacker access to a system;

Hacker: Hackers are the super specialized users with special knowledge on all security matters who violate computer systems for a personal benefit;

Identity Theft: Identity theft is the fraud committed by someone that has acquired access to the personal data of a certain user to gain access to resources or services that do not belong to them;

Password: Passwords are used by all services that require confidentiality to verify user identity.

Spam: The mass delivery of electronic messages to millions of users (who have not requested them or do not wish to receive them) on a daily basis with information on various products.

Trojan Horse: This is a form of malignant software through which skilled users can acquire remote control of the device on which it has been installed.

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