Tag: Cyberattack

Autistic Individuals Can Solve Cybersecurity Shortage

Autistic individuals have greatly contributed to our society and have earned their places in our history books. One noteworthy individual is Albert Einstein. He developed the theory of relativity and is now known as the father of theoretical physics. Another extraordinary individual with autism is Alan Turing, the man who cracked the Nazi Enigma code. Read More

Cyberstalking

The Internet is an amazing thing that allows us to search for new information and keep in contact with friends and family. However, the Internet also has a dark side. It allows for unwanted people to access private information and it provides direct means in which they can contact you. These are examples of cyberstalking. Read More

Russian Hackers and How They Influenced the Election

Throughout history, the United States presidential elections have always involved mudslinging to shed light on various scandals. With the goal of demeaning the other candidates, elections seem to bring out the bad, the good, and the fabricated facts about everyone. The 2016 election between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton was no different. Each side made Read More

Botnets and How to Avoid Them

Botnets are a string of private computers linked together by one server. While some types are legal and serve to run websites, others are malicious. These illegal botnets connect computers through infection by malware, namely Trojan malware. Other less common infections occur through drive-by downloads and spiders. While the owner often doesn’t know that they are Read More

What is Trojan Horse Malware?

Trojan malware was named after the Trojan Horse that ancient Greeks used to infiltrate the city of Troy. The wooden horse was perceived as a gift to the Trojans, but it was a ploy to sneak Greek soldiers behind the Trojan walls and ultimately win the war. Trojan malware works similarly. This malicious type of Read More

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