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Computer attacks you may not know, but should
posted February 2 2011 6:19.30 by Giorgos Lazaridis

This article was uploaded today in Lifehacker. It explains several different computer attacks by its name, like what the Keylogging and the Trojan Horse is. Also, there are many not so popular computer attacks that you may have never heard of, like the BlueBugging and the Scareware. Here is the list:

--> Worm
--> Trojan Horse
--> Phishing
--> Script Kiddies
--> Keylogging
--> Social Engineering
--> Crapware
--> Smishing
--> Botnet (Zombie PCs)
--> BlueBugging
--> Pod Slurping
--> Ransomware
--> Scareware
--> Sidejacking
--> Black Hat
--> White Hat

Read all the details here.

[Link: lifehacker]
Tags: security   pc related   tips   internet related   articles   

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