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back door

adjective A slang term referring to the anus; anal.
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That's not a back door that would be installed in all Apple products, exposing all users to the risk of surveillance or data theft by anyone who figured out how to exploit the opening.
But the tech industry is resisting pressure from Washington and asking lawmakers not to present any bills that would require the creation of these back doors, a tool that the industry has long argued would make users and their data less secure.
The national carrier operates some of its flights with only one entry- exit point since the back door has been rendered useless due to staff shortage.
First, identify the back door, or series of back doors, to your protected systems or information.
They have called on the Vale of Glamorgan council to improve fire safety by installing small back doors to the rear of the bungalows.
Lady found two men trying to get in through her living room window and back door, during the early hours of January 25.
After ignoring his knock at the front door, she later caught him attempting to open her back door.
The Vauxhall Meriva concept differs by having a central pillar in addition to the rear-hinged back doors.
And once the back door is locked, it should stay that way.
Yet, when a resident dies in a nursing home, typically the hallways are cleared and in an almost secretive way, the body is taken out the back doors to a waiting hearse, as if it were something to be ashamed of.
There were no set rules, but sort of a class system developed through the years concerning the use of our front and back doors.
You may have felt safe when you signed up for Internet services or bought stuff online, but those online vendors have big back doors just waiting for us to walk through.