Malware is the term that is always seen in the headlines; with each headline describing of a new way the computer hackers has inserted virus into our lives. From a serious attack campaign on banks worldwide, to a modification within medical devices, to a variant that has gained the skill to self-heal, the list of malware-based attacks simply goes on. And as they do, it’s getting more and more clear that latest virus has not only become habitual, but has also learned how to spread its roots deeper than before, to gadgets beyond phones and laptops in a way that forms a long life behind each cyber-threat it organizes.