Definitions

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  • adj. Capable of being hijacked.

Etymologies

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hijack +‎ -able

Examples

  • Kasperky's Namestnikov speaks of the current widely distributed systems of millions of hijackable systems with decentralized control.

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  • The wand will learn up to 13 commands from your old remote and you can choose which moves control each command, making your remote un-hijackable!

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  • Among the non-hijackable plane’s features: computer systems designed to spot [...]

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  • Among the non-hijackable plane’s features: computer systems designed to spot suspicious passenger behavior, and a collision avoidance system that will correct the plane’s trajectory to prevent it from being steered into a building or mountain, an “electronic nose” to check passengers for traces of explosives at the final ground check before boarding.

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