The situation with network security is very relevant. Many companies are concerned about the security of their data. “Attack without the use of chips” is also known as “attacks without malware”.
Unfortunately, it is almost impossible to avoid infecting a computer with malware. All antivirus software skips a significant percentage of malware. Roger A Grimes wrote an article in which he describes 9 simple steps to detect infection by malware. Some malware can avoid this type of detection, although this is rare at the moment. Rojder advises the avoidance of infection to keep your software completely corrected. Finally, do not share passwords between different sites-or use two-factor authentication-and you’ll be the best security advocate.