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System Hacking with Malwares!

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Malware is short for malicious software and means any software or code developed or used for compromising or harming information assets without the owner's informed consent. Malware enables or prolongs access, captures data, and/or furthers the attack. The most common means of infection for malware is installation or injection by a remote attacker, constituting 81 percent of malware infections. One example is an attacker breaching a system and then deploying malware or injecting code via SQL injection or other Web application input functionality. Web-based malware, the second most common means of infection, comprises code that is auto-executed (also known as drive-by downloads) and code that requires additional user interaction beyond the page visit (e.g., fake audiovisuals scaring users to "click here to scan and clean your infected system").

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