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back door

adjective A slang term referring to the anus; anal.
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My simple system is comprised of a sync module, which is plugged in, in the house, and connected to WiFi, one Blink camera inside the house (pointed at the front door), and one of the new Blink XT waterproof outdoor cameras (pointed at the back door).
Cadelspy's main payload contains its back door functionality, allowing the threat to log keystrokes and the titles of open windows; gather clipboard data and system information; steal printer information and any documents that were sent to be printed; record audio and capture screenshots and webcam photos.
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 front door is always locked and you couldn't see from the gate in the garden that the back door was open."
According to sources, many AI flights are operating with the back door shown as inoperative due to shortage of cabin crew.
First, identify the back door, or series of back doors, to your protected systems or information.
However, critics warn that hackers may one day discover the NSA's 'back doors' and exploit them for crime, the report added.
The app drops into the victim's hard drive a downloader that is only 20KB in size, is unique for every computer and contains a customised back door. The downloader uses a set of mathematical calculations to determine the host's unique fingerprint and then uses that data to encrypt its communications.
The raider ran out of the back door into the garden and down an alleyway to the side of the house with the angry occupant in hot pursuit.
Mr Morris was in the kitchen when he saw a silhouette of a man outside his back door.
SHOPWORKERS have urged the Government to drop plans to suspend Sunday trading laws during the Olympics this summer, warning it was an attempt to deregulate opening hours "by the back door".