- n. Plural form of sniffer.
“But hell, even if they were professional sniffers from the Harvard Bookstore down the street, the Coop has no right to claim ISBNs as their "intellectual property.”
“: Security, Virtual firewall, Anonymous surfing, Be American anywhere, Hot spot users preventing password sniffers .......”
“Following this guideline will ensure that no password sniffers may intrude.”
“The gas detection devices used by utility workers, called sniffers, can only pick up gas fume levels measured in parts per million, according to product specifications and government records.”
“What people don't realize is that hackers sit on these networks, or set up their own, and put password sniffers on them to capture passwords," he said.”
“Testing includes "sniffers," who check for traces of oil and lab tests on ground up seafood to check for signs of contaminants.”
“Aimée Rose, Principle Investigator at ICx Technologies, was awarded the TR35 Humanitarian Award for her work developing ultrasensitive portable chemical "sniffers" for the detection of explosives.”
“Customs Officers are highly trained "sniffers" when it comes to knowing the difference between new and used.”
“And as for the recommended deodorization method, we can't believe NASA's four official "sniffers" actually chose Wizard Stick Ups over a hanging tree car freshener.”
“Today’s advanced password sniffers lurking online can run all the words in the dictionary until it finds your password, so never use any word in the dictionary!”
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