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Filename: isc2-sscp-2019-8-5-1-systems-and-application-security-key-points Show Name: SSCP 2019 Topic Name: Systems and Application Security Episode Name: Systems and Application Security - Key Points Description: Adam and Justin discuss the main key points for studying in Domain 7. Systems and Application Security - Key Points Systems and Application Security - Key Points 1. Malware - Software that inflicts harm a. Virus - needs help to spread and infect other systems b. Worm - does not need help to spread c. Hoax d. Trojan e. Logic bomb(s) f. Spyware g. Adware h. Zombie / Bot Armored virus - uses code to make it hard for reverse engineering to be effective Boot sector virus - stored in the boot sector of the system, and is executed when the system boots up Macro virus - a virus written in a macro language and that is platform independent Compression viruses - appends itself to executables on the system and compresses them by using the user’s permissions Stealth virus - hides the modifications it has made; the virus tries to trick antivirus software by intercepting its requests to the operating system and providing false and bogus information Polymorphic virus - produces varied but operational copies of itself, but uses the same steps to do so every time Metamorphic virus - similar to a polymorphic virus, but uses different steps to achieve a "new self", and as a result, is harder to find using most A/V software Multipart virus (multipartite virus) - this has several co ...
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