Network Virus

A network virus is a type of malware that spreads from computer to computer without having to drop a file-based copy of itself in any

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File Infector virus

A file infector virus is a type of virus that typically attaches to executable code, such as computer games and word processors. Once the virus

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Web scripting virus

A web scripting virus is the malware that breaches your web browser’s security and injects the malicious code on the webpage to take control of

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Overwriting virus

An overwriting virus is a malicious program which after infection will effectively destroy the original program code, typically by overwriting data in the system’s memory.

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Browser hijacker

A browser hijacker is defined as a “form of unwanted software that modifies a web browser’s settings without the user’s permission.” The result is the

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Multipartite virus

A multipartite virus is a computer virus that’s able to attack both the boot sector and executable files of an infected computer. Stop multipartite virus

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Resident Virus

A resident virus is a computer virus that stores itself within memory, allowing it to infect other files even when the originally infected program is

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Backdoor

A backdoor is a hidden method of bypassing authentication or encryption in a computer, product, router or other part of a computer to secure remote

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Malvertising

Malvertising is the use of advertising to spread malware. It typically involves injecting malicious or malware-laden advertisements into legitimate advertising networks and webpages. Stop malvertising.

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