attackable


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attackable

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Open to attack and capture because of a lack of protection:
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attackable

[əˈtækəbl] ADJatacable, expuesto al ataque
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A blockchain approach to storing DNS entries could, in theory, improve security by removing the single, attackable target.
If these security problems can break out of VMs, all bets are off on what may be attackable and you want your server instances to be as safe as possible by patching them.
It could be that some of those devices would still be attackable, but it's debatable on how serious it is if someone can listen in to your radio or your smart TV," Wueest said.
One of the boundaries is meant to clearly identify who is a combatant and who is not, and therefore who are attackable and who are not.
Merguez were any I've Strasbourg, with an gamey The kebabs we ordered as main courses arrived in a "stuff on a flatbread" format that required some audience participation in order to fold them into an attackable shape.
We tend to talk past each other, and discussion degenerates when one party senses that the other isn't really listening or is addressing a weaker, easily attackable version of one's position.
It means that the vulnerability exists on servers but there should be certain conditions met to render the server remotely attackable.