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cross assembler

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(Computer Science) an assembler that runs on a computer other than the one for which it assembles programs
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Tenders are invited for Target Computer With Input/Output Modules For Cisl
Unlike some applications that work with the secure FTP protocol, FreeFileSync eliminates the tedious and error-prone tasks of manually identifying files that have changed on the source computer and moving them to the target computer.
What if the Target Computer is located in a public library, an Internet cafA[c], or a workplace accessible to others?
A user of the target computer unwittingly visited an infected website or clicked on an infected banner advertisement.
CopyRight2 will automatically create the links with a modified target computer name appending a user chosen suffix, e.
The 22 papers in this collection look at ways to detect, counter, and protect against intelligence threats that target computer networks, financial systems, and defense and economic entities.
The idea is the application can take place on several host computers and one target computer that it is connected to the control system.
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It s designed to give the sender complete control of the target computer which then could be used to deploy other botnet malware, adware or spyware onto the victims computer.
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The only data it needs from the target computer is a Windows Search database.
You didn't mention, though, that for a user with admin privileges, typing \\foo\c$ in the URL line of Internet Explorer or Windows Explorer shows the typed root folder (c:) and all shared drives on the target computer.