Business Terms and Jargon Explained

What is Trojan

A Trojan is a program that tricks you into running it by making you believe it will do something good, when it will in fact do something harmful. Unlike a virus these do not make copies of themselves. Some trojans create a backdoor that makes it easier for a hacker to access the system the trojan is running on.

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TQ Accounts payable Bimonthly
Contingent Beneficiaries TMI Voidable
Business Expenses PaaS Warrant
Decode Exempt Supply WIP
Summary Judgment Objective Memorandum of Understanding
Banking book Allotment EBITDA
Redundancy Landlord Reference Internal Control
Consultancy agreement Working Population Official Receiver
Profit AFAIK Financial economies
Scope Creep Oversubscribed Effective Exchange Rate
Contribution Void Agency agreement
Past Service Consensus Smurfing
Statement of Account Single linking agreement Quetzal

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