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- n. One who sniffs.
- n. The nose.
- n. A mechanism for intercepting and logging network traffic.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person who sniffs
But, he, the sniffer, is not considered, what's replaced his role is some theoretical bogey man.
My sniffer is barely able to pick up the smell of a T-bone on a grill.
In separate federal court filings last night here, plaintiffs in the TJX case provided additional information showing how computer hackers, using a data-capturing program called a "sniffer" -- may have been able to steal more than 100 million cards.
It's called a sniffer and capture the information.
He is convinced that every time you click "send," your message goes to a clunky government keyword sniffer that, on finding any of the naughty words it's looking for, blinks red lights at some snoozing functionary's desk.
If you want to preserve the integrity of each scent, load 'em side by side, and run your nose across them in succession--as if your sniffer were a mouth and your arm a harmonica.
All they do is sit outside with a laptop, wait for customers to make a purchase, then use a so-called sniffer program to get into a store's wireless network.
All they need is a laptop, wireless connection and some simple software call a sniffer program.
The alleged criminals sat outside with a laptop, waited for a wireless purchase to go down, and then used a so-called sniffer program to get into a store's network.
All they need is a laptop, wireless connection, and some simple software called a sniffer program.
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