[Unix/Internet] A special environment set up to trap a cracker logging in over remote connections long enough to be traced. May include a modified shell restricting the cracker’s movements in unobvious ways, and “bait” files designed to keep him interested and logged on. See also back door, firewall machine, Venus flytrap, and Clifford Stoll’s account in “The Cuckoo’s Egg” of how he made and used one. Compare padded cell.
noun, Masonry. 1. brick having a sprinkling of dark spots caused by the presence of iron salts.
- Iron chancellor
noun 1. the. nickname of (Prince Otto Eduard Leopold von) Bismarck1
[adjective ahy-ern-klad; noun ahy-ern-klad] /adjective ˈaɪ ərnˈklæd; noun ˈaɪ ərnˌklæd/ adjective 1. covered or cased with plates, as a ship for naval warfare; armor-plated. 2. very rigid or exacting; inflexible; unbreakable: an ironclad contract. noun 3. a wooden warship of the middle or late 19th century having or steel armor plating. adjective (ˌaɪənˈklæd) 1. covered […]
noun 1. a German medal awarded for outstanding bravery or service during wartime. 2. (lowercase) Gymnastics. an upright, crosslike position held between the rings, with the arms fully extended laterally and the legs held together and pointed downward. noun 1. the highest decoration for bravery awarded to the German armed forces in wartime: instituted in […]