To take a spyware or virus-infected file out of harm’s way by stripping its rights or by moving it to a folder that cannot be easily accessible by regular file management utilities. It is thereby rendered useless and referred to as a quarantined file.
Many of the terminology words have come from the CAPS Curriculum, suggestions from teachers and The Digital Classroom Resource by Matthew Hains.
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