Backdoor (computing)

What is Backdoor in computing?

Backdoor is a term that refers to the access of the software or hardware of a computer system without being detected. The backdoor can be created by the developer themselves so that they can quickly and easily make changes to the code without the need to log in to the system.

However, backdoors can be used by hackers in cyber attacks to steal personal information and data.

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