Trojan


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A proprietary condom which, like Hoovers in the UK and Kleenex in the US, has become a genericised trademark
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Trojan

A proprietary condom–the term is used in the US like Kleenex
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The Trojan can now send text messages, run arbitrary USSD codes, lock screens of compromised devices, and inject push notifications.
In a Korean-Emirati joint venture, Trojan is working with Ssangyong Engineering & Construction on Ithra Dubai's Deira Enrichment Project.
3.24% of mobile malware in first quarter of 2019 were Trojans
What Trojan remembers most are the stories of men he's outlived, and in honoring them, he's sharing a lesson about his generation and what it really means to become a "Band of Brothers."
For instance, the Xafekopy Trojan, distributed through ads and masquerading as useful apps such as battery optimizers, can subscribe users to different services and steal their money.
"Moreover, a premium rate SMS Trojan is more difficult to create.
Numerical simulations suggest 20% to 50% of Neptune's original Trojan population should have survived for the age of the solar system after any significant planetary movement.
Mr Openshaw, managing director at Trojan Utilities commented: "Winning the Service Provider Award is a fantastic achievement and we are incredibly proud.
Reliant AGM maximises sustained performance and increases total energy output to meet demanding deep-cycling requirements in Trojan's wide range of market applications, it says in a press release.
Webinjects are used by a number of banking trojans to alter the content of a webpage when a user sees on compromised computer.
One of the forgotten heroes of this era was the Trojan van which was adapted into all sorts of body styles.