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sniffer

(snif′ĕr)
A colloquial term for any inhaled substance used illicitly to become intoxicated. Examples include benzene, ether, gasoline, and glue.
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However, the legal landscape with regard to sniffer dogs changed significantly with the release of the September 27, 2013 Supreme Court of Canada decision in the case of R.
Personnel had great success using the people sniffer to detect smoke (such as from cooking fires).
Through a GUI connection, more complex probes and sniffers can create traffic reports and statistics, as well as back multiple sessions.
It warns schools that they should only consider using sniffer dog searches without a police warrant in extreme situations such as vital evidence being disposed of.
Sniffer Technologies remains committed to the technology development and education required for the deployments of these next-generation networks and recently announced the Sniffer Portable Lab 10 Gigabit Ethernet Analyzer designed to optimize performance and maximize throughput on today's high-speed, long-range WAN and MAN networks, as well as traditional LAN networks.
With the Sniffer Network Protection Platform, Network Associates is providing the pieces needed to monitor, identify, prioritize, and resolve threats to the business-critical networks at the heart of today's enterprises.
Heart of England School, which takes some pupils from Coventry, brought in the sniffer dog as part of pupils' drug awareness work - not in response to a problem.
High-speed Sniffer solutions, including analysis solutions for Gigabit Ethernet, Asynchronous Transfer Mode and Packet over SONET networks, provide end-to-end visibility into all layers of network and application traffic.
The wasp team are planning to embed the insects inside handheld sniffer units.
Proxy Sniffer simplifies the web and stress testing process and offers unmatched scalability for mega load testing of hundreds of thousands of users so organizations can verify how their applications will respond and clearly identify and rectify performance bottlenecks.
Meanwhile Kingsman Chris, 21, of Blackpool, earned the name Sniffer Dog after finding 12 of the bombs, which have been responsible for so many of the 263 British troops killed in Afghanistan.
According to the company, the Vividas Sniffer detects a download time for a 10KB test component, calculates the bandwidth available to the user and selects the appropriate sized file to stream.