ReasonLabs Cyberpedia
Discover the fundamental cybersecurity concepts, terms and topics affecting consumers today in ReasonLabs’ Cyberpedia


Fileless Malware

Fileless malware is a type of malicious activity that uses native, legitimate tools built into a system to execute a cyber attack. Unlike traditional malware, fileless malware does not need an executable file, making it hard to detect.

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File Integrity Monitoring (FIM)

File Integrity Monitoring is a security process that monitors and analyzes the integrity of critical assets, and checks them for unauthorized changes or corruption that may indicate a security breach - including file systems, directories, databases, network devices, the operating system (OS), OS components and software applications for signs of tampering or corruption, all of which could indicate a cyberattack that would then require further investigation.

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A firewall is software that every device, both in personal and enterprise setting, needs in order to prevent unauthorized access to a network. Using a set of rules to identify and block threats, a firewall inspects incoming and outgoing traffic, in order to mitigate threats.

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Formjacking is a new form of digital information theft. As consumers have become smarter regarding password management and phishing scams, the criminal playbook has evolved to new software hacks to steal personal information.

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