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vulnerabilities

Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of vulnerability.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • One key area that Ewe said was responsible for a number of reported Firefox vulnerabilities is with how the browser handles plug-ins.

    Firefox: Web's Most Insecure Browser?

  • First, the medium-term vulnerabilities and constraints to robust growth discussed last week (see "Ten Risks To Global Growth"); second, the risk of a double-dip, W-shaped recession, as the wings of a tentative recovery of growth in 2010 could be clipped toward the end of that year or in 2011 by a perfect storm of rising oil prices, rising taxes and rising nominal and real interest rates on the public debt of many advanced economies.

    Doomsayers--Or Realists?

  • All the money raised will be spent exclusively on ad campaigns aimed at the short-term vulnerabilities of those in Congress responsible for delivering this indescribably tyrannical package of surveillance powers to the President and the accompanying corrupt gift to lawbreaking telecoms. read on...

    Hullabaloo

  • In our research, we have discovered that if certain vulnerabilities exist in the RFID software, an RFID tag can be (intentionall) infected with a virus and this virus can infect the backend database used by the RFID software.

    - Boing Boing

  • In addition to these issues, members of the intelligentsia also debate bigger questions pertaining to Israel's long-term vulnerabilities, inherent weaknesses, future possibilities, etc., vis-à-vis the Arab world in general and the Palestinians in particular.

    The View from Damascus

  • Explanation: Interventions entail timely food and income transfers that can reduce long-term vulnerabilities resulting from the forced selling of productive assets to meet immediate food and other needs.

    1. Livelihood Promotion

  • "Despite the important steps that have been taken over the last couple of years to strengthen financial stability over the longer term, I think we're all aware that the short-term vulnerabilities remain," he said.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • Saudi Arabia has some long-term vulnerabilities - including the fact that its top three princes are all comfortably into their 80s.

    NPR Topics: News

  • Simply put, there's little evidence to suggest that this kind of thing can achieve a strategic victory over al-Qaeda, though it may or may not reduce short-term vulnerabilities ....

    Buck Naked Politics

  • List some of HRC's so-called vulnerabilities (real ones that regular voters will buy, rather than those that wingnuts and MSM have been harping about for years), and I will list those of other candidates, then let's see who is better equipped to triumph over the Repubs well-oiled smear machine.

    Poll: More Dems Think Hillary, Not Obama, Will Bring Change

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