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There are currently 8 terms in this directory beginning with the letter G.
Generative Adversarial Network (GAN)
A type of neural network architecture consisting of a generator and a discriminator, trained together to generate realistic synthetic data.

Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs)
A class of neural network architectures that consists of a generator network and a discriminator network that compete against each other. GANs are used to generate realistic synthetic data, such as images or text.

Gradient Descent
An iterative optimization algorithm used to train machine learning models by minimizing a loss function. Gradient descent updates the model's parameters in the direction of steepest descent of the loss function gradient, gradually converging towards the optimal set of parameters.

Gray Box Testing
Gray box testing is a software testing approach that combines elements of black box testing and white box testing. In gray box testing, testers have partial knowledge of the internal workings of the system being tested. They have access to limited information, such as specifications, documentation, or code snippets, which allows them to design test cases and scenarios with a deeper understanding of the system's internals. Gray box testing combines the advantages of both black box and white box testing techniques.

Gray Hat Hacker
A gray hat hacker is an individual who operates between the realms of ethical hacking and malicious hacking. Gray hat hackers may engage in unauthorised activities to identify and expose vulnerabilities or security weaknesses in systems or networks. Although their intentions may be good, their actions may still be illegal or unethical, as they operate without explicit permission. Gray hat hackers often notify organisations about the vulnerabilities they discover, but they do not always follow responsible disclosure practices.

Grayware refers to software applications or programs that exhibit behaviours that may be considered unwanted or potentially harmful, but do not meet the strict criteria of malware. Grayware includes adware, spyware, browser extensions, or other software that may display excessive advertisements, collect user data without consent, or exhibit behaviours that compromise user privacy or system performance. Although grayware may not be as malicious as malware, it can still have negative impacts on user experience and security.

Grayware Protection
Grayware protection refers to the measures, software, or security solutions implemented to detect, block, or mitigate the risks associated with grayware. It involves deploying antivirus software, anti-spyware tools, or endpoint protection solutions that can identify and remove grayware from systems, as well as educating users about potential risks and providing guidelines for safe software installation and usage.

Greylisting is a spam filtering technique used to reduce the volume of incoming spam emails by temporarily rejecting or deferring email messages from unknown senders or unrecognized sources. When an email is greylisted, the sending server is instructed to retry the delivery later. Legitimate email servers typically comply with the retry request and successfully deliver the message, while many spam servers do not. Greylisting helps reduce spam by relying on the fact that most spam servers do not retry delivery.