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Cyber forensics is a highly complex field. It involves the investigations of computer systems to uncover evidence of criminal activity. The tools needed for such investigations are very sophisticated and complicated. These tools are really hard to get and it requires extensive training especially when it comes to specific topics like network forensics, malware analysis and others. In addition, there is an increasing need for security analysts who can quickly understand the protocols that these systems use so that they can perform their job quickly and efficiently in order to save time on other tasks as well as increase their productivity.
The term “malware” has acquired a negative connotation in recent years. The use of terms like “virus” and “spyware” when discussing malware tends to create misunderstandings and take away from the potential positive impact that malicious software can have on the business world. Malware is a type of software with the intent to harm or even destroy computer systems by using various methods. Some examples are viruses that can do damage to a computer system, Trojans that steal personal data, worms that affect only particular computer programs, rootkits (also known as trojan horse) which hide malware and spyware in other programs, banking malware that steals credit card information and accesses your bank accounts remotely.#BBD0E0 »
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