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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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The Download Sentry is an important new tool -- together with our work on technical solutions and our continuing member education effort -- in our overall strategy to warn our members about the dangers of Trojan Horse programs.
Mrs Morgan told MPs that a future Trojan Horse scandal would be identified and dealt with more quickly as a result of changes the Government had made.
This Trojan horse may have been written as a joke, or as a serious attempt to clean-up the habits of internet users," Sophos users are automatically protected against the Yusufaii Troj an horse.
The move comes after the Trojan Horse scandal, in which hardline Muslims allegedly attempted to take control of gov-governing bodies at five Birmingham schools.
Mr Clarke's Governmentordered report into the Trojan Horse allegations discovered "compelling evidence" of an attempt by hardline Muslims to "gain control" of governing bodies.
The Trojan horse is hidden in an e-mail with the following characteristics: Subject: foto; Message body: foto; Attached file: foto.
Albert Bore has known about Trojan Horse for years.
The Delf-RA Trojan horse (Troj/Delf-HA) infects PCs then contacts a Russian website to download instructions on which spam campaign to run.
The company goes on to state that the Scob Trojan horse virus is a blended threat that exploits weaknesses in servers and Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser so that it can infect web sites and be passed on to the PCs of the web surfers that visit them.
Prior to Trojan Horse, Ms Yaqoob rushed to the Town Hall to prevent an Israeli speaking.
Claims being examined by the NCTL include that an al Qaeda-style video was copied at Park View Academy, one of the schools at the centre of the Trojan Horse controversy.
THE interim head of a school involved in the Trojan Horse scandal has been removed in less than two months after spending PS7,000 on her office and a meeting room.