A type of virus that has been designed to thwart attempts by analysts from examining its code by using various methods to make tracing, disassembling and reverse engineering more difficult. An Armored Virus may also protect itself from antivirus programs, making it more difficult to trace. To do this, the Armored Virus attempts to trick the antivirus program into believing its location is somewhere other than where it really is on the system.
An aspect-oriented extension to the C++ programming language.
An aspect-oriented extension to the Java programming language.
- Association of Shareware Professionals
The Association of Shareware Professionals (ASP) is a group of professionals dedicated to the advancement of shareware software as an alternative to conventional retail software.
- Audience Measurement Guidelines
A set of recommendations established by the The Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) that assist companies that report audience metrics to achieve transparency in audience counts and to revise out-of-date methodologies. The Audience Measurement Guidelines provide details on measurement of Audience Reach related to Internet-based content or advertising and are used by Internet Publishers, Ad-serving organizations, […]
- Audio Messaging Interchange Specification
Abbreviated as AMIS, the Audio Messaging Interchange Specification is a voice processing standard for call and voice processing. AMIS enables an organization’s locations to transfer and forward voice messages between systems while addressing the problem of how voice messaging systems produced by different vendors interact for the purpose of exchanging voice messages. The AMIS standard […]