White Hat


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A colloquial term for 'the good guys'—e.g., white hat hackers
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Debora Day, 67, from Romsey, Essex, wore an enormous white hat she made from voluminous tulle topped with a tiny model of Pegasus.
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The I'm A Celebrity star, 56, was determined not to miss the NSPCC's White Hat Ball, where he was to be host.
The Jollibee brand is known for its colors of red and yellow, and its bee mascot wearing a white hat.
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Suhair Ramzi posted a selfie of herself with a white hat that showed her blonde hair, causing her followers on Instagram to comment on the controversial picture.
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Summary: White hat hackers, or 'white hats', are individuals employed by organisations to find vulnerabilities and security holes/bugs.
He is described as being white, aged 16 to 19, wearing a white hat, grey top and shorts.
1 / 7 Photo showing US first lady Melania Trump wearing a white hat while receiving France president and first lady, Washington, US, April 24, 2018.
In our digital world, here exists white hat hackers--those who adhere to an ethical code of conduct.
Alongside the picture of her sleeping daughter, dressed in a white hat and sleepsuit, she wrote: "We're absolutely delighted to introduce you to our beautiful baby girl.