Business Terms and Jargon Explained

What is Keystroke logger

A piece of hardware or software that has been put onto your computer through a virus or hacking to copy information as it is typed in. This is normally used to steal logon names, passwords and bank details.

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Charges Parental leave policy Residence
Firmware N316A Civil Court form CPU
Effective Exchange Rate Equity Release Quantity Demand
Published Accounts SHA512 Backup
Windfall Profit Debenture Redundancy
Gratuitous Arbitrator or Arbitration Headhunter
BOGOFF PaaS Easter egg
Volume discount AGM Materiality
Direct Representative Pleadings Overheads
Armchair general Assignor LCP
Force Majeure Real Time MoJ
Registry Dalasi Variable costs
Incentive Bank Statements T-account

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