Computer espionage is usually done by malicious hackers using a type of malware that seeks to gather information about a person or organization without their knowledge and to send that information to hack another entity without the consent of the consumer. Besides, spyware asserts control over a device without the knowledge of the consumer by sending confidential information to another entity with the consent of the consumer through cookies.
Spyware is mostly classified into four types which are Adware, System Monitors, Tracking Cookies, and Trojan. Examples of other notorious types, including digital rights management capabilities such as “phone home,” keyloggers, rootkits, and web beacons.Start your Project
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