tamper-proof


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tamper-proof

adj
(esp of a product, information sent on a computer, etc) unable to be tampered, interfered, or meddled with
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From the month of July, high-risk criminals will be fitted with new tamper-proof electronic monitoring bracelets, said Corrections Minister Judith Collins.
SCIENTISTS have created tamper-proof holograms that could provide a blow to the counterfeit goods trade.
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 19, 2015-InFlight developing tamper-proof smart avionics
Polar Ford has helped prevent local motorists falling victim of crime by fitting tamper-proof screws and caps to their vehicle number plates free of charge.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-November 14, 2012--Wipro using Pitney Bowes pbSecure for tamper-proof documents(C)1994-2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Because tamper-proof packaging is virtually impossible for the pharmaceutical industry, the two stages of tamper evidence that the FDA requires really becomes that much more important.
Available in monochrome or full colour, these are photopolymer self-adhesive labels that can also be tamper-proof and self-destructive.
POLICE in Nechells have handed out tamper-proof screws to drivers in a bid to beat criminals who have been stealing car number plates to commit crime.
TAMPER-proof stamps are to be issued to thwart fraudsters who peel off or soak old ones to reuse them.
The Meru SG1000 Security Gateway provides physical tamper-proof security mechanisms, including a hard epoxy enclosure, as well as strong identity based authentication.
BJ's is the first wholesale club to offer a tamper-proof food safety feature on eggs sold to its members.
The tamper-proof pad law was designed to prevent Medicaid fraud," the legislators said in a statement.