Trojan


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

Trojan

A proprietary condom–the term is used in the US like Kleenex
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And there's the year the rivalry appeared the most fierce and promising -- 1985, when the Trojans won in two overtimes at the Sports Arena and in four OTs at Pauley, on their way to a Pac-10 co-title and a first-round tournament loss while UCLA finished strong and won the NIT.
95) has a virus definition update for the Trojan, but McAfee has no consumer antivirus product for the Macintosh, Both companies have enterprise products for the Mac.
If the person planning to attack you finds out what anti-virus software you use, for example through the automatic disclaimer added to outgoing emails by some anti-virus engines, he will then create a Trojan specifically to bypass your virus scanner engine, the white paper points out.
The rapid rate at which the Storm Trojan swept across the world has demonstrated the significant challenges facing the security industry's long standing reactionary approach and reliance on developing static signatures after the discovery of new threats.
Using the advanced heuristic capabilities of Eset's NOD32 antivirus system, virus-radar was able to detect all the variants of the Trojans and protect Eset's customers without the need for updates.
Also, there are currently no signatures for Desktop Anti-Virus, leaving users extremely vulnerable to becoming infected by this Trojan.
This new generation of Trojan horses makes it far more difficult to detect either the Controller IP address or the Trojan-infected hosts.
Established in 1976, Trojan is a high technology environmental company operating internationally.
Trojan was selected as the UV systems supplier because of its proven ability to provide safe, effective, and cost-efficient disinfection of wastewater.
Marvin DeVries, Trojan Executive Vice-President, said, "We are extremely pleased that our proposal has been recommended for acceptance on this large and very high profile project.
The project, valued at approximately C$3 million, includes a total of thirteen Trojan UVSwift(TM) units designed to treat up to 180 million gallons per day of drinking water.
Bob Rae to Trojan Technologies," said Hank Vander Laan, Chairman of the Board of Directors.