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Restarting the device, whether you do it from within the OS or with hardware buttons on the device

Soft Reset

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Reduction in power to protect a device’s CPU from heat damage; performance should pick up as the device cools

Thermal Throttling

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Occurs when too many consecutive login attempts fail, the purpose being to protect the device from brute-force attacks

System Lockout

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A string of bits used by a computer program to encrypt or decrypt data

Key

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A collection of configuration and security settings that an administrator has created in order to apply those settings to particular categories of users or devices

Profile

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Authentication factor that is something the user knows, such as a user name, password, date of birth, Social Security number, etc

Knowledge Factor

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Authentication factor that is something the user has in their possession such as a smart card or token

Ownership Factor

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Authentication factor that is something the user either is or something they do like a biometric identifier

Inherence

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Looks through the permissions requested by your installed apps to assess the risk they pose to security and privacy

App Scanner

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Technique that involves setting up equipment to spoof a carrier’s tower and infrastructure and cause a cellular device to use it instead of the normal tower equipment. Requires overpowering the nearest legitimate cell signal, causing the cellular device to lock onto it instead

Tower Spoofing

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The user installs a program in the iOS device that changes settings Apple didn’t intend for users to change. Allows a user to install blocked software, such as apps that don’t come from the App Store or apps that don’t meet Apple’s legal and quality requirements

Jailbreaking

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For Android devices, is a similar procedure to grant the full administrative access to the lower-level functionality of the device. Done to install software or enable functions that could not otherwise be used on the device

Rooting