LAB04 Identifying and Removing Malware from Windows Systems

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Security Strategies in Windows Platforms and Applications, Second Edition - LMS Integration

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Lab Assessment Questions

1. What is the one thing that a virus, a worm, spyware, and malicious code have in common? What are the differences among these three threats: a virus, aworm, and spyware?

2. How often should you update your antivirus protection?

3. Why is it a best practice to have and to carry an antivirus boot-up disk or CD? 

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Running head: APPLICATION SECURITY

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Application Security
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APPLICATION SECURITY

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Viruses, worms and spyware are malicious programs which damage computer systems by corrupting the operating
system and the files stored. Viruses attach themselves to files or programs thus spreading from one computer to
the other. Worms travel through computer files through replicating on programs and ...

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