Knowledge is a matter of definitions. Here you will find the most important technical terms for cybersecurity.


A backdoor refers to a piece of software (often added by the developer) which enables the user to get access to the computer or a protected function of a program bypassing normal access restrictions. An example is a software (often secretly installed by a Trojan) allowing remote access to the computer system.

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