As long as there is software there will be vulnerabilities and those vulnerabilities will be exploited. It’s a bold statement, and oddly enough technically incorrect. In simplistic terms, a malware’s arrival on an endpoint takes a significant journey and trades hands many times.
There are a lot of misconceptions about malware, so here are some of the key things we do know.
1. Malware exploits a system vulnerability or user vulnerability for access. This is perhaps the first misconception about remote access Trojan programs or Cryptolocker.
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