Which of the following types of malware, attempts to circumvent malware detection by trying to hide its true
location on the infected system?
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Both armored and trojan sound plausible, but armored does make more sense to me.
** An armored virus is a computer virus that contains a variety of mechanisms specifically coded to make its detection and decryption very difficult. One of these methods involves fooling anti-virus software into believing that the virus resides somewhere other than its real location, which makes it difficult to detect and remove. Another kind of armor is implemented by adding complicated and confusing code, which has no other purpose other than to mask the virus and prevent virus researchers from creating an effective countermeasure.
** Trojan malware takes its name from the classical story of the Trojan horse, because it imitates the technique to infect computers. A Trojan will hide within seemingly harmless programs, or will try to trick you into installing it. Trojans do not replicate by infecting other files or computers. Instead, they survive by going unnoticed.