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SYSTEMS
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VIRUSES
ROOTKITS
BOTS
WORMS
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BACKDOORS
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Backdoors"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Backdoors are methods that the hacker can use to reenter the computer at will.
  2. These backdoors are usually cleverly disguised so that they blend in with the other programs running on your computer.
  3. Today backdoors are the most dangerous type of Trojans and the most widespread.
  4. These backdoors are easy to detect when the firewall alerts you to a connection on a system on some random high port.

Thorough Intrusion Scanner

  1. PC DoorGuard is a full-featured extensive and thorough intrusion scanner that scans any media on your PC for backdoors and trojan horses.

Systems

  1. Users can easily install backdoors to their systems to get over ``no incoming telnet'' or ``no X'' rules.

Media

  1. PC DoorGuard - A very extensive and thorough intrusion scanner that scans any media on your PC for backdoors and trojan horses.
  2. A very extensive and thorough intrusion scanner that scans any media on your PC for backdoors and trojan horses.

Crackers

  1. Crackers typically use backdoors to secure remote access to a computer, while attempting to remain hidden from casual inspection.

Viruses

  1. Anti - Trojan Shield is an advanced, highly effective blocker of Trojan s, worms, viruses, backdoors, malicious ActiveX controls, and Java applets.

Rootkits

  1. Rootkits may also include backdoors, allowing the attacker to easily regain access later; or exploit software to attack other systems.

Bots

  1. Viruses and worms open backdoors on end hosts; malware is pervasive and bots are prevalent.

Worms

  1. Anti-Trojan Shield is an advanced, highly effective blocker of Trojans, worms, viruses, backdoors, malicious ActiveX controls, and Java applets.
  2. Rootkits are typically not malicious by themselves but are used for malicious purposes by viruses, worms, backdoors and spyware.

Adware

  1. It gives peace of mind from any threats by Cookies, Ads, E-mail viruses, Backdoors, Spyware, Crackers, Adware and virtually every other Internet danger.

Trojan Horses

  1. RemoveAny finds and removes spyware, adware, Trojan horses, key-loggers, rootkits, backdoors on your computer.
  2. Trojan horses and Backdoors are examples of Malware.

Backdoors

  1. Principal AntiVirus Principal AntiVirus protects your computer against viruses, trojans, worms, backdoors, spyware, adware and other malware.
  2. In addition to detecting and removing viruses, a-squared free also detects spyware, adware, keyloggers, Trojans, backdoors, worms, bots and dialers.

Categories

  1. Trojan Horses
  2. Adware
  3. Keyloggers
  4. Worms
  5. Computers > Software > Malware > Spyware
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