The difference between Bunratty and other sneak attacks, says Gallo, is that "Trojans such as Back Orifice need an online IP connection; they are designed to be online probes," meaning that both attacker and victim need to be online simultaneously, he says.
What does BO stand for?
BO stands for Back Orifice (trojan horse utility)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 17 other meanings of BO in our Acronym Attic
- Bandwidth of Nasal Zero
- Bank of New Zealand
- Branch on Not Zero (computing)
- Bank of New Zealand Australia
- Beer New Zealand Awards
- Bipolar with N-Zero Substitution
- British New Zealand Trade Council (UK and New Zealand)
- Bachelor of Oratory
- Back Office
- Back Order
Samples in periodicals archive:
The generator offers the option for the worm to be accompanied by another program, such as Back Orifice.
It arrived this week, following hard on the heels of the Cult Of The Dead Cow's nasty germ, Back Orifice 2000, released last week.
A, Netbus, Back Orifice (based on Microsoft back office) and Sub Seven.
With the widespread availability of other malicious code such as Back Orifice, McAfee recommends users scan regularly for abnormal behavior on any platform.
ConSeal Private Desktop stops all known attacks including Trojans such as NetBus and Back Orifice, denial of service attacks, floods and cyber-stalkers.
Support for real-time virus scanning also enabled Norton Internet Security to surpass competitors tested in dealing with the Melissa script-based e-mail virus as well as with the Back Orifice Trojan horse.
Like ConSeal PC FIREWALL, ConSeal Private Desktop stops all known attacks including Trojans such as NetBus and Back Orifice, denial of service attacks, floods and cyber-stalkers.