from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One who, or that which, resets.
- n. One who receives or conceals, as stolen goods or a criminal.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who receives or conceals, as stolen goods or criminal.
- n. One who resets, or sets again.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In Scots law, a receiver of stolen goods; also, one who harbors a criminal.
- n. One who resets or places again.
This new type of software is known as "password resetter" software, and will basically change your stored password to remove it from your PC - allowing you to log in to your computer again without the need for a password to be inputted.
Reading the "hacker"/password-resetter's report about the maneuver on the 4chan website, it seems obvious he's only partly politically motivated.
The only thing electronic when I was growing up was the pin resetter.
If you choose manual reset chips or just want reset your OEM carts after refilling expect to pay $12-39 for the resetter.
You will need to download a trial resetter or a Patcher.
I got it with kaspersky internet security resetter.licindia. com or licindia. in giving caution that security certificate is not correct.
I got it with kaspersky internet security resetter.
Barlesque, the inclusion that provides the header, footer and various pan-site modules on the BBC website comes with a re-useable class-based resetter (. blq-rst) which we apply to the BBC iD inclusions; I feel this is an appropriate level of protection.
High priced chipped ink cartridges are a hassle (unless you buy a chip resetter and refill for a fraction of the price) Made annoying squeeking sounds for the first hundred or so pages.
Did the White House audio guy get demoted to on-screen play clock resetter?