Insurance terminology explained in simple terms
What is Malware?
Malware is the generic term for programs that penetrate third-party IT systems and carry out harmful functions there. Depending on the type of malware, data may be deleted, blocked, modified or copied. Meaning of “malware”: The term “malware” is made up of the words “malicious” and “software” and is more or less self-explanatory.
Examples of malware include: Viruses, keyloggers, trojans, spyware and ransomware.
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