“Put bluntly,” the researchers said, “unprotected traffic is not just an opportunity for espionage but a potential attack vector.”
Attack Vector (攻撃ベクトル) - コンピュータまたはシステムへの侵入に使用される方法 または経路。通常、攻撃ベクトルは弱点(通常はプログラミングエラーや人的要因)を利用 してアクセス権限を得ます。
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An attack vector is a path or means by which a hacker (or cracker) can gain access to a computer or network server in order to deliver a malicious payload.
The whistle offensive started recently, but Khazali said his officers are not yet adept at pouncing on offenders, so no one has been caught yet.
But as a result of the tourist ban, major tour operators, including Travcoa, the Globus brands and Collette Vacations, have either postponed, altered or canceled trips to Tibet, just as the trekking season is getting under way.
Mountain Travel Sobek of Emeryville, Calif., which has been offering tours of Tibet since 1980, has canceled its treks there through June. Some trips that go beyond Tibet will continue; its Himalayan Passages journey this month, for example, will bypass Tibet and devote more time to Nepal and Bhutan.
www.investopedia.com/terms/s/stock-trader.aspAn investor in the financial markets. Stock or equity traders can either partake in the practice casually or as a full time profession. Those working at the ...
- One who operates a machine or device: a switchboard operator.
- The owner or manager of a business or an industrial enterprise.
- One who deals aggressively in stocks or commodities.
- Informal. A person who is adept at accomplishing goals through shrewd or unscrupulous maneuvers.
- Mathematics. A function, especially one from a set to itself, such as differentiation of a differentiable function or rotation of a vector.
- A logical operator.
- Genetics. A chromosomal segment of DNA that regulates the activity of the structural genes of an operon by interacting with a specific repressor.
Very skilled. See synonyms at proficient.
A highly skilled person; an expert: “The adepts in Washington mean to give rather than to take” (Lewis H. Lapham).
[Latin adeptus, past participle of adipīscī, to attain : ad-, ad- + apīscī, to grasp.]adeptly a·dept'ly adv.
adeptness a·dept'ness n.