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Busted: Seven Myths of Advanced Malware

White Paper Published By: Intel Security
Intel Security
Published:  Apr 06, 2016
Type:  White Paper
Length:  7 pages

Advanced malware is the catchall term for the most sophisticated, evasive, destructive, and ever-evolving cyber threats. Fed by lack of understanding and anxiety, and sometimes perpetuated by security vendors, a number of misconceptions have arisen concerning this cyber menace. 

This guide will examine seven common misconceptions and distinguish between myth and reality.



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