Blended threat

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A blended threat is a software exploit which in turn involves a combination of attacks against different vulnerabilities. For example, many worm, a trojan horse and a computer virus exploit multiple techniques to attack and propagate. It is a kind of computer threat.

Blended Threats are combination of worms, trojan, virus, and other kinds of malware.

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