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back door

adjective A slang term referring to the anus; anal.
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Remexi is a basic back door Trojan that allows attackers to open a remote shell on the computer and execute commands.
pdf) signed a letter to President Barack Obama urging him to reject any proposals that would requireAaAaAeAeAaAeAeA decryption keys or back doors.
Back doors of some Air India aircraft are non- functional due to shortage of cabin crew Commander of Mumbai- Delhi flight refuses to fly with only three hostesses on board Staff shortage delayed as many as 16 flights for hours at Delhi airport on Monday
Third, decide on how to close, lock and secure the keys to each back door.
After all, isn't this how he got into government - by sneaking in the back door on the tails of his Tory masters?
But they often cannot define or tally categories of "indirect spend" for non-production items necessary in the day-to-day operations--the back door.
The two tried to open the apartment's front door, but had some trouble so they walked around to the back door.
General secretary Mark Serwotka said: "It is deeply disturbing that ports of entry are left uncovered, leaving an open back door for smugglers and criminal gangs due to job cuts and efficiency savings.
I stood at the back door, rang the bell, then entered their home with an immediate sense of peace as I passed over the threshold.
Michelle Tea punches perfect holes in San Francisco as paradise but pays creepy tribute to the city's beauty: "My back door opened up to a lush backyard .
The back door distance is one measure of the existence and strength of the communication channel between board members that can be used to influence decisions by the full board.