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Cert401 CH2-Rommelma

malware software designed to cause possible damage to a computer system without the user's knowledge
virus causes computers to slow down or maybe crash
stealth virus techniques used so a program will unnoticed
worm used security holes in O/S to disrupt network traffic and computer operations
grayware applications not working as they should but not causing issues with the computer
rootkit software gaining administrative control without being detected
trojan horse computer functioning properly however malicious functions are operating in the background
DLP software that can inspect content on a USB mass-storage device
storage segmentation keeping organizational and personal information organized separately
HSM a secure cryptoprocessors found in adapter card form
TPM encrypted keys stored om a chip on the motherboard
Created by: mrommelman