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back door

adjective A slang term referring to the anus; anal.
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One woman commented: "Fair play NWP, offering to smash your back doors in!
That's not a back door that would be installed in all Apple products, exposing all users to the risk of surveillance or data theft by anyone who figured out how to exploit the opening.
"So security at these points of entry, as well as strong external lighting at the front and back doors, is very important to protect against burglaries.
In May, Mozilla along with a number of other tech industry leaders, including Apple, Google, Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo and Microsoft, (https://static.newamerica.org/attachments/3138--113/Encryption_Letter_to_Obama_final_051915.pdf) signed a letter to President Barack Obama urging him to reject any proposals that would requireAaAaAeAeAaAeAeA decryption keys or back doors. A weeks later, a group of the world's top cybersecurity experts (http://www.ibtimes.com/cybersecurity-experts-recommend-against-encryption-backdoors-government-agencies-1998670) released a paper saying that the creation of back-door technologies would put sensitive data at risk of being compromised by hackers, terrorists or even just rogue federal agents or company employees.
The national carrier operates some of its flights with only one entry- exit point since the back door has been rendered useless due to staff shortage.
Identifying and assessing back doors is only two-thirds of the process, however.
The NSA had set up working parties to ensure that each of the main operating systems had a 'back door' accessible to spies for data including users' contact lists, text messages logs and information on geographical locations, news.com.au reports.
Once the additional back doors are installed, they fetch a larger back door that carries out the cyber espionage activities.
They have called on the Vale of Glamorgan council to improve fire safety by installing small back doors to the rear of the bungalows.
Lady found two men trying to get in through her living room window and back door, during the early hours of January 25.
Many of the homes were broken into through back doors, before the burglars fled the scene through the network of back alleys behind the homes.
Described at this stage as a concept, the proposed replacement for the hugely successful midi MPV model has rearward opening back doors similar to those on the Mazda RX-8.