1. 2. A set of software tools used by an attacker to hide the actions or presence of other types of malicious software.
  2. 3. A copy of files from a computer's hard drive saved on other digital media that is stored in a secure location.
  3. 6. A malicious program designed to enter a computer via a network to take advantage of a vulnerability in an application or an operating system.
  4. 8. An executable program that is advertised as performing one activity but which actually performs a malicious activity.
  5. 10. An attacker who controls a botnet.
  6. 13. Software that enters a computer system without the user's knowledge or consent and then performs an unwanted and usually harmful action.
  7. 14. Software that examines a computer for any infections as well as monitors computer activity and scans new documents that might contain a virus.
  8. 15. Software that helps prevent computers from becoming infected by different types of spyware.
  9. 16. Software or a hardware device that captures and stores each keystroke that a user types on the computer's keyboard.
  10. 17. A logical computer network of zombies under the control of an attacker.
  11. 18. An infected computer that is under the remote control of an attacker.
  12. 19. A publicly released software security update intended to repair a vulnerability.
  1. 1. Software code that gives access to a program or a service that circumvents normal security protections.
  2. 2. Malware that prevents a user's device from properly operating until a fee is paid.
  3. 4. A software program that delivers advertising content in a manner that is unexpected and unwanted by the user.
  4. 5. Enhancements to the software to provide new or expanded functionality, but do not address security vulnerability.
  5. 7. Hardware or software designed to limit the spread of malware.
  6. 9. Computer code that lies dormant until it is triggered by a specific logical event.
  7. 11. A general term used to describe software that spies on users by gathering information without consent.
  8. 12. Software that is a cumulative package of all patches and feature updates.