self-propagating

self-propagating

adj
propagating by itself
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Solidarity was now not just a fledgling idea, but a full-grown, self-propagating resolution.
Self-propagating reaction bonding entails sandwiching a layer of bimetallic multilayer that can generate an amount of localized heat that is sufficient to melt the adjacent material, says Fisher, sometimes those materials themselves, but more often a solder-like filler.
"Our self-propagating irrigation system uses up to 98 percent less water than conventional industrial farming does," says Brown, who wrote the project's business plan.
This self-propagating malware, Cisco researchers say, "has the potential to take down the internet."
Both Emotet and Qakbot have self-propagating capabilities, which allow the threats to spread aggressively once on a network.
These occurred because of a self-propagating cyberweapon that led to a rapidly spreading cyberattack.
In addition to cryptocurrency warnings and defenses, as well as alerting its clients of the Atlanta ransomware attack, Stealthcare predicted the evolution and growing sophistication of malware or Evoware, which became a reality in 2016 and includes new self-propagating ransomware mutations.
Rev Gatu drew a blueprint for a self-supporting, self-governing and self-propagating church whose clarion call was Jitegemea, or self-hood.
Such a self-propagating piece of malicious code, Islam points out, would move even faster in America, where 90 percent of the population has internet access, versus just over half in Ukraine.
In consideration of large-scale fabrication possibility, self-propagating high-temperature synthesis (SHS), and pressureless sintering have been paid much attention due to their simplicity and easy operation [15].
He had been a leader in the Chinese Student Christian Movement (SCM) and a translator of the Bible into Chinese "for effective evangelization and building up a church which was indigenous, self-propagating and self-supporting." (14) His brief intervention at Edinburgh 1910, together with that of A.
"The kind of gene drive that is invasive and self-propagating is in many ways the equivalent of an invasive species," he added.

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