Application whitelisting is the practice of specifying an index of approved software applications or executable files that are permitted to be present and active on a computer system.
A sandbox is an isolated testing environment that enables users to run programs or execute files without affecting the application, system or platform on which they run.
In computers, a sheepdip (or, variously, sheep dipping or a footbath) is the checking of media, usually diskettes or CD-ROMs, for viruses before they are used in a computer or network.
Two-factor authentication (2FA), sometimes referred to as two-step verification or dual factor authentication, is a security process in which the user provides two different authentication factors to verify themselves to better protect both the user's credentials and the resources the user can access.
A zero-day exploit is one that takes advantage of a security vulnerability on the same day that the vulnerability becomes generally known...(Continued)