Ppt on computer malware spyware

James Tam Computer Security You will learn about some common computerized security threats as well as some ways of minimizing these threats.

The Internet (2) Indicators that a web page employs encryption (continued): Netscape General James Tam Malware (“Malicious Software”) A program designed to infiltrate or damage a computer. Most of the references to computer viruses are actually references to malware. Categories of Malware: -Viruses -Worms -Macro Viruses -Trojans / Trojan Horses -Spyware James Tam Viruses Similar to a biological virus The infection and the replication process may produce/


Viruses, Hacking, and AntiVirus. What is a Virus? A type of MalwareMalware is short for malicious software A virus – a computer program – Can replicate.

an email address to make it sound legitimate so you’ll download and open an attachment Malware Includes viruses, worms, trojan horses, spyware, adware Purpose of Malware Used to steal personal, financial, or business information Destroy data Hijacking computers for various purposes Cookies Cookies are small files deposited on a system during a web site visit Can be useful: – Allows web servers to maintain/


Security+ Guide to Network Security Fundamentals, Fourth Edition Chapter 2 Malware and Social Engineering Attacks.

user entering keypad code Security+ Guide to Network Security Fundamentals, Fourth Edition45 Summary Malware is software that enters a computer system without the owner’s knowledge or consent Malware that spreads include computer viruses and worms Malware that conceals include Trojans, rootkits, logic bombs, and backdoors Malware with a profit motive includes botnets, spyware, adware, and keyloggers Security+ Guide to Network Security Fundamentals, Fourth Edition46 Summary (cont/


Malware Spyware & Viruses Overview  What does it look like?  What is it?  How can you prevent it?  What can you do about it when you get it?

.doc http://www.primeweb.ca/docs/computer_clean_up_tutorial.doc REFERENCES CONTINUED  Spyware Prevent Guide. Retrieved March 2, 2009 from: http://geekgirls.com/security_spyware_prevention.html http://geekgirls.com/security_spyware_prevention.html  Ten Steps to Malware Prevention. Retrieved March 2, 2009 from: http://www.malwarehelp.org/ten-steps-to-malware-prevention-part-1.html  University of Vermont. Safe Computing Malware Clean-up Guide. January 18, 2005. http:// www.uvm/


Tyler’s Malware Jeopardy $100 VirusWormSpyware Trojan Horses Ransomware /Rootkits $200 $300 $400 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500.

Spyware - $300 In 2004, it was estimated what percentage of all computers had some form of spyware? In 2004, it was estimated what percentage of all computers had some form of spyware? 80% 80% Spyware - $400 When was the first recorded use of the word spyware?/click fraud, while remaining hidden on a system using these techniques. ZeroAccess (aka Sirefef) is used to download other malware on an infected machine from a botnet mostly involved in Bitcoin mining and click fraud, while remaining hidden on a /


Adware, Spyware, and Malware Anand Dedhia Bharath Raj ECE 4112 Project 28 April 2005.

it to a certain page on the web, so attackers can view them at anytime. Spyware: Solutions Install and run anti-spyware software like Spybot. Malware: Examples Worms/Bugs Trojans Viruses Malware: Definition Malware, or malicious software, is any software developed for the purpose of doing harm to a computer system. Malware is the most dangerous of these programs since it has the potential to destroy one/


Internet Vulnerabilities & Criminal Activities Malware 3.2 9/26/2011.

intensive for large crime operations  May be used to compromise DNS server  Affiliate Marketing  Web site owner paid 8¢ to 50 ¢ per machine to install malware on a visitor’s computer  Mobile Devices  Transfer via bluetooth Malware Activity  Adware  Spyware  Hijacker  Toolbars  Dialers  Rogue Security Software  Bots Adware  Displays ads on infected machine  Ads format can be:  Pop-ups  Pop-under  Embedded in programs/


Spyware, Hoax emails, & Hackers. A number of companies have added forms of spyware into their products. These programs are not considered malware in the.

Financial information (e.g. credit card numbers) Personal information (e.g. address books) Access to other computers Confusion, damage, destruction How can you fight back against Malware? Run a secure operating system like UNIX or Macintosh OS. Use security features to reduce and monitor viruses, spyware, and other malicious code. Buy or install free virus protection software. (update and scan regularly) Avoid programs/


Computer Security Keeping you and your computer safe in the digital world.

to restrict access to your data and personal information both on your computer and the internet Computer Security Digital Threats Categories Viruses, RootKits, Malware Spyware Online Scams Online Predators Identity Theft Computer Security Prevention Virus, malware, and spyware protection Password protection Prudence in giving out information Viruses, Malware, & Spyware Difference between Viruses, Malware, and Spyware Malware = Malicious software. - non-specific; covers a wide variety of threats Viruses = A/


Chapter 6 Malware, Other Attacks, & Social Engineering.

marketing pop-us and does not attempt to hide itself? A.Blocker B.Rootkit C.Trojans D.Adware Of the following malware types, which one is MOST likely to monitor a user’s computer? A.Trojan B.Spyware C.Adware D.Ransomware Lisa a database administrator and received a phone call form someone identifying himself as a technician working with a known hardware/


VIRUS/SPYWARE BASICS Botnets, Malware, Trojans oh my…….

can, but how do we know if its ok? Potentially, their file could have a virus on it. As soon as you open it for them, your computer will contract that virus. One Happy Corrupt Family SEO Poisoning, Malware, Spyware, Spam, Homepage Redirects, Phishing and Viruses all usually have one think in common. The Hackers Black Market A bot is a type of/


Copyright © 1995-2009 Clifford Neuman - UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - INFORMATION SCIENCES INSTITUTE USC CSci530 Computer Security Systems Lecture.

CALIFORNIA - INFORMATION SCIENCES INSTITUTE Classes of Malicious Code The perceived effect Viruses –Propagation and payload Worms –Propagation and payload Spyware –Reports back to others Zombies –Controllable from elsewhere Copyright © 1995-2009 Clifford Neuman - UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA / if the efficacy of restricting administrative rights through the use of UAC alone will protect against malware infecting a computer running Windows 7," Wisniewski told us. "I did not test how it would have behaved/


How to maintain your computer St. John UMC Computer Classroom.

.download.com www.download.com * Most popular free version Prevention: 2. Anti-spyware software I don’t have anti-spyware software. What do I do? Get it. My recommendations… Free version: Malwarebytes Anti -Malware Paid version: Malwarebytes Anti -Malware I have anti-spyware software installed on my computer. Now what? Keep your anti-spyware software updated Signature (database) updates Program updates Setup a weekly full system scan/


Viruses, Worms, and Hackers: Protect Your Personal Computer.

you are doing. This could interfere with other programs on your computer, and could even cause your computer to frequently crash or lock up.  Spyware also uses your internet connection to send information about your activities to someone else. This could cause your internet connection to slow significantly. Malware, Viruses, and Worms  Malware is software which has malicious intent that is usually installed without the/


Spywares By:Murad M. Ali Supervised By: Dr. Loai Tawalbeh New York Institute of technology (NYIT)-Jordan’s campus 2006.

businesses, for instance by selling advertising space on the pop-ups created by the malware. Most such programs present the user with an End-User License Agreement which purportedly protects the creator from prosecution under computer contaminant laws. However, spyware EULAs have not yet been upheld in court. Spyware Vs Virus Spyware  Motivation Profit  Monitor online activities for commercial gain  Difficult to relate symptoms with/


Presented by: Craig Mayfield & Joey Police What solution works best for you? AntiVirus & Malware.

Virus: What is it? Viruses Wreak Havoc On Your Files 1 Now, let’s look at malware… The term computer virus is often used interchangeably with malware, though the two dont actually have the same meaning. In the strictest sense, a virus is /been improved significant in speed and levels of security protection. It also features an antivirus module but also modules for detecting spyware, basic anti rootkit protection, email and phishing protection as well as the AVG Link scanner to provide safety ratings for /


How to maintain your computer. Prevention One of the best ways to maintain your computer is to prevent problems from occurring. Best prevention strategies.

free software packages from www.download.com www.download.com Prevention: 2. Anti-spyware software I don’t have anti-spyware software. What do I do? Get it. recommendations… Free version: Malwarebytes Anti -Malware Paid version: Malwarebytes Anti -Malware I have anti-spyware software installed on my computer. Now what? Keep your anti-spyware software updated Signature (database) updates Program updates Setup a weekly full system scan/


CSCD 303 Essential Computer Security Spring 2013 Lecture 9 - Desktop Security,Malware Reading: Chapter 5 Hacker.

themselves... can be just as destructive Example: Trojan horse Supposed to rid computer of viruses Instead introduces viruses onto your computer like Antivirus 2009... Look at this one later Spyware/Adware Malware installed on computers –Collects information about users without their knowledge –Spyware hidden from users, secretly installed on users personal computer Comment –Yet, spyware such as keyloggers can legally be installed by the owner of a shared/


McCarthy Tétrault Advance™ Building Capabilities for Growth Canada’s Anti-spam Law (CASL): Navigating the Computer Program Provisions April 30, 2014 McCarthy.

that are similar to those in CASL? McCarthy Tétrault LLP / mccarthy.ca / #13392852 2 3 3 CASL = MORE THAN MALWARE/SPYWARE Applies to “computer programs” as meaning “data representing instructions or statements that, when executed in a computer system, causes the computer system to perform a function”. Broad definition Includes apps and updates McCarthy Tétrault LLP / mccarthy.ca / #13392852 4 CASL = MORE THAN/


Principles of Computer Security, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2016 by McGraw-Hill Education. All rights reserved. Types of Attacks and Malicious Software.

for some nefarious purpose. Patching of vulnerabilities is important, for it closes the point of entry for most malware. Types of malicious software include: – Viruses, Trojan horses, logic bombs, spyware, and worms Malware can be fairly complex in its construction. – Multipartite, polymorphic, and metamorphic Principles of Computer Security, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2016 by McGraw-Hill Education. All rights reserved. Viruses The best-known type/


Meaning Spyware is a type of malware that can be installed on computers, and which collects small pieces of information about users without their knowledge.

include a memory scan, a registry scan, a complete scan, a fast system scan or a custom scan. 4.Read the help section, if spyware or malware is detected on your computer. The scan result will show a recommendation for you, most of the time its best to follow the recommendation. However you may not want to delete a cookie, so its /


© 2009 Charles D. Knutson The Dark Side of Software: Viruses, Worms, Adware, Spyware Dr. Charles D. Knutson Brigham Young University www.charlesknutson.net.

Malicious software installs in the background Commonly installs backdoor or other security breach Can be exploited later Mostly malicious intent Allow hacker access to your computer Antivirus software deals with this 17 © 2009 Charles D. Knutson Spyware Malware intended to gather information about a user or system Track keystrokes, web visits Gather personal information Financial transactions Often modify desktop experience Install toolbars Change/


Malware: Viruses, Worms, Trojan Horses, & Spyware What They Are & How to Deal with Them Jay Stamps,

form of “malicious software”  But it’s not always really malicious  So “malware” is a general term for:  Computer and macro viruses of any kind  Internet and mass-mailing worms  Trojan horses, backdoors and rootkits  Other computer exploits, bots, zombies  Spyware, adware, and other software installed on a computer without the user’s knowledge or informed consent  And then there are the “hoax viruses”… Why/


Jim Crowley C3 – Crowley Computer Consulting 1. Apologies This is long haired, geeky stuff. This is long and boring. This is version 1. The analogies.

computers without user intervention. They often lack a payload of their own but drop in backdoor programs. 1978 26 Malware: Trojan A destructive program that masquerades as a benign application, it requires a user to execute it. A variety of payloads are possible, but often they are used to install backdoor programs. Generally, trojans do not replicate. 1983 27 Spyware/porn, bookmarks or pay- per-surf web sites. 36 Spyware: Dialers Program that uses a computer’s modem to dial out to a toll number or Internet/


INTERNET Security COMPUTER, NETWORK & INTERNET SECURITY.

install further harmful software into the users system to serve the creators longer-term goals. Malware: Spyware INTERNET Security Spyware is a general term used for software that performs certain behaviors such as advertising, collecting personal information, or changing the configuration of your computer, generally without appropriately obtaining your consent. Spyware is often associated with software that displays advertisements (called adware) or software that tracks/


Computer Literacy BASICS: A Comprehensive Guide to IC 3, 5 th Edition Lesson 8 Software Usage 1 Morrison / Wells / Ruffolo.

sending massive amounts of spam (electronic junk mail). 49 Lesson 8 Morrison / Wells / RuffoloCLB: A Comp Guide to IC 3 5E Using Software Tools (continued) Malware and Antivirus Software (continued) Spyware can install itself or run on your computer without your consent or control. Spyware monitors your computing actions to collect information about your browsing habits to pass along to advertisers. A special type of/


Protecting Yourself On-line Carol Taylor Skye Hagen Assistant Professor Asst Director Computer Science Office of Information EWU Technology, EWU 1QSI Conference.

executable on the website visitors computer Executable was recognized by about half of anti-virus tools as a spyware trojan 17 Steps for Drive-by Download 18 Browser gets redirected by hidden link, remote.example.com Downloads and executes hidden malware, from index.html http://research/Don’t say yes to anything Close pop-up windows that appear You get an offer to help you clean up your computer, remove spyware As one researcher put it “I rob you, then I run back and offer to help identify the culprit that /


Computer Literacy BASICS: A Comprehensive Guide to IC 3, 5 th Edition Lesson 8 Software Usage 1 Morrison / Wells / Ruffolo.

vulnerable to harm from people who might attempt to access confidential information or damage your files. Malware, short for malicious software, includes computer viruses, worms, Trojans, bots, and spyware. Viruses copy themselves and trigger computer code that can infect your computer and damage your files and system settings. 53 Lesson 8 Morrison / Wells / RuffoloCLB: A Comp Guide to IC 3 5E Worms and Trojans Viruses/


Computer Literacy BASICS: A Comprehensive Guide to IC 3, 5 th Edition Lesson 8 Software Usage 1 Morrison / Wells / Ruffolo.

sending massive amounts of spam (electronic junk mail). 46 Lesson 8 Morrison / Wells / RuffoloCLB: A Comp Guide to IC 3 5E Using Software Tools (continued) Malware and Antivirus Software (continued) Spyware can install itself or run on your computer without your consent or control. Spyware monitors your computing actions to collect information about your browsing habits to pass along to advertisers. A special type of/


Computer Security What to Know and What to Do Presented to CUGG 10/2005 2/2012 Jamie Leben IT-Works Computer Services www.i-t-w.comwww.i-t-w.com 970-405-4399.

the Internet Explorer web browser (under the name of ActiveX) created a combination of problems that has led to an explosion of computer virus, trojan and spyware infections. These malware attacks mostly depend on ActiveX for their activation and propagation to other computers. ActiveX Controls (malicious): ActiveX is a Microsoft platform for software componentry. It is used to enable cross-application communication and dynamic/


Copyright © 1995-2009 Clifford Neuman - UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - INFORMATION SCIENCES INSTITUTE USC CSci530 Computer Security Systems Lecture.

INSTITUTE Classes of Malicious Code The perceived effect Viruses –Propagation and payload Worms –Propagation and payload Spyware –Reports back to others Zombies –Controllable from elsewhere Copyright © 1995-2009 Clifford Neuman - UNIVERSITY/ element Defenses –Firewalls, Intrusion Detection and Response, Encryption, Tunnels, Defenses to Malware Architectures and Trusted Computing Cyber-Physical and Cloud Computing Copyright © 1995-2009 Clifford Neuman - UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - INFORMATION SCIENCES/


Copyright 2013-15 1 COMP 2410 – Networked Information Systems SC2 – Malware and Other Attacks Roger Clarke Xamax Consultancy, Canberra Visiting Professor,

sought by Attackers, by using appropriate settings Reactive Detect Attacks Respond, e.g., by upscaling network and/or computing resources, throttling, or disconnection Counteractive Identify the Attack Pattern or Signature Request Blocking of Traffic that conforms with /{.ppt,.pdf} ANU RSCS, 2 April 2015 Copyright 2013-15 37 Categories of Malware Definitions at the Back End of the Slide-Set Virus Worm Spyware Backdoor / Trapdoor Remote Admin Tool Rootkit Drive-by-Download Exploit Bug Social Engineering /


Lecture 12 Page 1 CS 136, Fall 2013 Malware CS 136 Computer Security Peter Reiher November 5, 2013.

CS 136, Fall 2013 Malware CS 136 Computer Security Peter Reiher November 5, 2013 Lecture 12 Page 2 CS 136, Fall 2013 Outline Introduction Viruses Trojan horses Trap doors Logic bombs Worms Botnets Spyware Malware components Lecture 12 Page 3/ advertising –And possibly more nefarious activities Lecture 12 Page 62 CS 136, Fall 2013 Where Does Spyware Come From? Usually installed by computer owner –Generally unintentionally –Certainly without knowledge of the full impact –Via vulnerability or deception Can be/


Malware Seminar WITH CHUCK EASTTOM. About the Speaker  19 Books  32 industry certifications  2 Masters degrees  6 Computer science related patents.

when the malware in question is  Completely innocuous  Not particularly viral (i.e. does not spread easily)  Malware is a primary weapon in cyber warfare and students in this class may be employed by government agencies. Malware  Virus  Worms  Spyware  Logic/sentenced to 20 months in federal prison.  Jan. 2003: The "Slammer" worm infects hundreds of thousands of computers in less than three hours. The fastest-spreading worm ever wreaks havoc on businesses worldwide, knocking cash machines offline and/


Security+ Guide to Network Security Fundamentals, Fourth Edition Chapter 2 Malware and Social Engineering Attacks.

-3 Uses of botnets Security+ Guide to Network Security Fundamentals, Fourth Edition Malware That Profits (cont’d.) Spyware –Software that gathers information without user consent –Usually used for: Advertising Collecting personal information Changing computer configurations 29 Security+ Guide to Network Security Fundamentals, Fourth Edition Malware That Profits (cont’d.) Spyware’s negative effects –Slows computer performance –Causes system instability –May install new browser menus or toolbars/


Lecture 13 Page 1 CS 136, Fall 2012 Malware CS 136 Computer Security Peter Reiher November 13, 2012.

CS 136, Fall 2012 Malware CS 136 Computer Security Peter Reiher November 13, 2012 Lecture 13 Page 2 CS 136, Fall 2012 Outline Introduction Viruses Trojan horses Trap doors Logic bombs Worms Botnets Spyware Malware components Lecture 13 Page 3/ advertising –And possibly more nefarious activities Lecture 13 Page 62 CS 136, Fall 2012 Where Does Spyware Come From? Usually installed by computer owner –Generally unintentionally –Certainly without knowledge of the full impact –Via vulnerability or deception Can be/


Lecture 12 Page 1 CS 136, Spring 2014 Malware CS 136 Computer Security Peter Reiher May 15, 2014.

CS 136, Spring 2014 Malware CS 136 Computer Security Peter Reiher May 15, 2014 Lecture 12 Page 2 CS 136, Spring 2014 Outline Introduction Viruses Trojan horses Trap doors Logic bombs Worms Botnets Spyware Malware components Lecture 12 Page 3/ advertising –And possibly more nefarious activities Lecture 12 Page 62 CS 136, Spring 2014 Where Does Spyware Come From? Usually installed by computer owner –Generally unintentionally –Certainly without knowledge of the full impact –Via vulnerability or deception Can be/


Hands-On Ethical Hacking and Network Defense Chapter 3 Network and Computer Attacks Last modified 9-1-10.

technology Educate users about spyware Deceptive Dialog Box Adware Similar to spyware Can be installed without the user being aware Can be installed without the user being aware Sometimes displays a banner Main goal Determine user’s online purchasing habits Determine user’s online purchasing habits Tailored advertisement Tailored advertisement Main problem Slows down computers Slows down computers Protecting Against Malware Attacks Difficult task New/


Lecture 12 Page 1 CS 136, Spring 2016 Malicious Software Computer Security Peter Reiher May 12, 2016.

, Spring 2016 Malicious Software Computer Security Peter Reiher November 25, 2014 Lecture 12 Page 3 CS 136, Spring 2016 Outline Introduction Viruses Trojan horses Trap doors Logic bombs Worms Botnets Spyware Malware components Lecture 12 Page 4/advertising –And possibly more nefarious activities Lecture 12 Page 63 CS 136, Spring 2016 Where Does Spyware Come From? Usually installed by computer owner –Generally unintentionally –Certainly without knowledge of the full impact –Via vulnerability or deception Can/


Securing Your Computer 1,2,3 The Basics Just the facts……..  In 2003, Symantec documented 2,636 new computer vulnerabilities, an average of seven per.

forms of hostile, intrusive, or annoying software or program code  It includes viruses, worms, trojan horses, spyware, dishonest adware, and other malicious and unwanted software. Malware Spyware is a software that is installed surreptitiously on a computer to intercept or take control over the users interaction with the computer, without the users knowledge. Often, when you download freeware and shareware programs (such as Kazaa or/


Securing Your Personal Computer Brandon Cain, Data Security Coordinator.

-networking.orghttp://lavasoft.com/ Two of the most popular Anti-virus Response: Students If you suspect that your computer has been infected by malware or otherwise compromised, do the following:  Disconnect the computer from the network.  Run anti-virus and anti-spyware software on the computer.  If malware is detected, contact the UAB AskIT Help Desk at 205-996-5555, or email to askit@uab.edu/


Intermediate 1 Internet Safety Section 1: Viruses Section 2: Malware Section 3: Other Internet Threats Section 4: Internet Defences Section5: Legal Aspects.

The lesson should end with a brief review of the relevant points, e.g.: Relatively recent origin of computer threats Risk to all types of machines Virus payloads Different types of virus: o File infector viruses o /Introduction Spyware Drive-By-Downloads Dealing with Spyware Spyware Clues Spyware Quiz1 Spyware SQA2 The lesson should end with a brief review of the relevant points, eg: Characteristics of Spyware Dealing with Spyware CLICK HERE TO ACCESS SQA SOLAR LEARNING MATERIALS Lesson 9 – Malware Teachers /


March 2006 Taner Erig - EMU5-1 Basic Information on Spyware and Adware n It is difficult to define spyware and adware with precision. The working definition.

spyware and adware with precision. The working definition may be software that aids in gathering information about a person or organization without their knowledge and which may send such information to another entity without the consumer’s consent, or asserts control over a computer without the consumer’s knowledge. n For simplicity, one can refer to these types of software as Malware/ assert control over computers, and use that control to create security risks and cause other harms. n Malware often is more/


Copyright © 1995-2013 Clifford Neuman - UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - INFORMATION SCIENCES INSTITUTE USC CSci530 Computer Security Systems Lecture.

element Defenses –Firewalls, Intrusion Detection and Response, Encryption, Tunnels, Defenses to Malware Architectures and Trusted Computing Cyber-Physical and Cloud Computing Copyright © 1995-2013 Clifford Neuman - UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - INFORMATION SCIENCES/ - INFORMATION SCIENCES INSTITUTE Glossary of Attacks This is not a complete list Miscellaneous –Spam –Phishing –Malware attacks ▪Spyware ▪Viruses ▪Worms ▪Trojan Horse –Man in the middle –SQL Injection –Cross Site Scripting Copyright ©/


COMPUTER FORENSICS BY HENRY O. QUARSHIE. INTRODUCTION Computer forensics is a newer field in the legal and law enforcement field. As the computer industry.

has been blacklisted and could be totally banned from the use of credit cards..( source Daily Graphic 19 th Sept 2005) Techniques and Tools used in Computer Crime Computer Virus, spyware, adware, malware. cracking Spamming Phishing Cyberterrorism Computer Virus A computer virus can be defined by three basic properties: It is a piece of Software (executable code). It is a parasite. It never remains as a/


SCSC 455 Computer Security 2011 Spring Chapter 5 Malware.

keystroke entered 37 Adware Similar to spyware  Can be installed without the user being aware  Display unwanted pop-up ads. Main goal  Determine user’s online purchasing habits  Tailored advertisement Problem of Adwares  Slows down computers 38 Index Malware Overview Virus Propagation of Viruses Worm Trojan Horses and other malware Methods against malware attacks 39 Protecting Against Malware Attacks Protecting against malware is a difficult task  New/


1 CSC 101 Introduction to Computing Lecture 30 Dr. Iftikhar Azim Niaz 1.

they are considered by many to be eavesdropping devices Gets around cookie blocking tools Companies use to track usage Blocked with spyware killers 22 Spam is Internet “ junk mail.” Unsolicited commercial email (UCE) Almost all spam is commercial advertising Networks /Antivirus Programs 50 How to protect In extreme cases, you may need to reformat the hard disk to remove malware from an infected computer.  Having uninfected, or clean, backups of all files is important Stay informed about new virus alerts and/


Anti-Malware Protection: A Technical Dive into Forefront Client Security Ketil Pedersen Technology Specialist Manager Microsoft.

Challenging Security Environment New backdoor Trojan variants found in 1H 2006 Of infected computers contained at least one backdoor Trojan 1 Of computers cleaned were infected with a mass mailing worm 2 Programs detected worldwide represent /infrastructure.” Industry leading Retail/training/consulting firm in the US “Soon after deployment, Forefront immediately began identifying spyware, malware, and viruses on our systems that our previous security solution wasn’t finding. With Forefront Client Security,/


Computer Systems Security Part I ET4085 Keamanan Jaringan Telekomunikasi Tutun Juhana School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics Institut Teknologi.

can compromise an operating system and the data held within Threats: viruses, Trojans, and spyware are 2 COMPUTER SYSTEMS SECURITY THREATS 3 Malicious Software Malicious software, or malware, is software designed to infiltrate a computer system and possibly damage it without the user’s knowledge or consent – Viruses – Worms – Trojan horses – Spyware – Rootkits – Adware – and other types of undesirable software. 4 Viruses A virus is/


CompTIA A+ Guide to Managing & Maintaining Your PC By: JEAN ANDREW Computer Maintenance Chapter 5 Security (Computer & Network) Part II.

change without reason. Files mysteriously appear or disappear. Files constantly become corrupted. Copyright © 2007 - CIST 6 You’ve got malware The OS begins to boot, but hang before getting a Windows desktop. Your antivirus display one or more message. You receive e/for, and that gets in your way. Copyright © 2007 - CIST 9 Here’s the Nasty List Spyware is software that installs itself on your computer to spy on you, and collects personal information about you that it transmits over the Internet to Web-/


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