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Malware is the most prevalent sort of cyberattack, owing to its broad definition, which includes ransomware, trojans, spyware, viruses, worms, keyloggers, bots, cryptojacking, and any other harmful software-based assault.

4 most common types of cybercrimes:

  • Scams including phishing:
  • Internet fraud:
  • Online intellectual property infringements:
  • Theft of Identity:

The following are some examples of common cyber assaults and data breaches: Theft of identity, fraud, and extortion are all examples of identity theft. Malware, phishing, spamming, spoofing, spyware, trojans, and viruses are all examples of malicious software. Laptops and other mobile devices that have been stolen.

Any attempt to obtain unauthorised access to a computer, computing system, or computer network with the goal to do damage is considered a cyber attack. Cyber assaults aim to disable, disrupt, destroy, or take control of computer systems, as well as to change, block, erase, modify, or steal data stored on them.

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