from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. insecure

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Insecure.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Insecure.


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

un- +‎ secure


  • “We have filed away in unsecure locations tens of millions of live valid birth certificates,” says Kenneth McClintock, Puerto Rico’s secretary of State, who says he used to buy five birth certificates at a time for his children from the Vital Statistics Record Office.

    Puerto Rico scraps birth records «

  • It's unclear if Yammer is really as "unsecure" as Socialtext proclaims the platform to be.


  • This means that the website is talking to your browser using the regular 'unsecure' language.

    New Urban Legends

  • He plays both sides against the middle, breaking every rule in the book – from toking in the rape suite to stealing a corpse's identity – when a Russian oligarch is reported missing from his enormous but unsecure house on the vista of expensive bad taste that is The Bishops Avenue.

    Crime roundup – reviews

  • NOTE that they are unsecure while at the shop front.

    Credit Card Security Is Bad News For Travellers | Lifehacker Australia

  • Ie if you card items at woolworths then these trasactions are send unencoded (ie unsecure) to the main office then all your details are recorded in a database and then the details are “hopefully” sent secure to the bank.

    Credit Card Security Is Bad News For Travellers | Lifehacker Australia

  • When Kinsman and the others locked the apartment door behind them on the way out, the most dangerous nuclear documents ever to have found their way into such an unsecure location were left in the hands of known traffickers who had been lying to the CIA even as they were paid huge sums.


  • So why leave blueprints for nuclear weapons in an unsecure location, in the hands of known traffickers?


  • So instead, she carries on living in her unsecure Peckham house share which now needs 24 hour police protection, costing c. £200k pa.

    Carole Cadwalladr on Jacqui Smith

  • Using WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) is unsecure and opens up the risk of key loggers and Wi-Fi piggybacking.

    Blog | Xcentric


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