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What is a Trojan Horse?

A Trojan Horse, often referred to as a “Trojan,” refers to a type of malicious software or malware disguised as a legitimate and harmless program. Unlike viruses or worms, Trojans do not self-replicate but rely on social engineering to deceive users into running or installing them. Once executed, a Trojan can perform various malicious actions, such as stealing sensitive information, providing unauthorized access to a system, or damaging data. The name “Trojan Horse” originates from the ancient Greek myth where Greeks used a large wooden horse to infiltrate the city of Troy.

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