cyberintrusion love

Definitions

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  • noun Breaking into a computer system, especially by means of a network.

Etymologies

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cyber- +‎ intrusion

Examples

  • The reason, sources tell NEWSWEEK, was an apparent "cyberintrusion" by an outside hacker who officials fear had been tapping into supposedly secure e-mail messages since late last year.

    FBI COMPUTERS: YOU DON'T HAVE MAIL

  • "But US computer and communications systems and networks are under constant cyberintrusion from many different parties, and against this background noise, the United States would have to notice that critical systems and networks were being attacked and damaged."

    Ars Technica

  • "But US computer and communications systems and networks are under constant cyberintrusion from many different parties, and against this background noise, the United States would have to notice that critical systems and networks were being attacked and damaged."

    Ars Technica

  • "But US computer and communications systems and networks are under constant cyberintrusion from many different parties, and against this background noise, the United States would have to notice that critical systems and networks were being attacked and damaged."

    3dGameMan.com

  • "But US computer and communications systems and networks are under constant cyberintrusion from many different parties, and against this background noise, the United States would have to notice that critical systems and networks were being attacked and damaged."

    3dGameMan.com

  • "The recent cyberintrusion that Google attributes to China is troubling, and the federal government is looking into it," Nicholas Shapiro, a White House spokesman, said Wednesday.

    NYT > Home Page

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