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fav·i·con

 (făv′ĭ-kŏn′, fāv′ī-kŏn′)
n.
A symbol or graphic associated with a website.

[fav(orite) + icon.]

favicon

(ˈfævɪˌkɒn)
n
a 16 x 16-pixel icon associated with a particular website, usually displayed before the URL in a web browser
[C21: from fav(ourite) + icon]

favicon

A small graphic icon that appears before the URL of a website in the address bar of most web browsers.
Translations
Favicon
파비콘
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lt;p>According to Marlinspike, the hack is also able to overcome the possibility that the browser will generate invalid certificate warnings from the fake proxy site, even passing back convincing if bogus favicons such as the traditional HTTPS padlock.