/sis’frog/ (the PLATO system) A playful variant of “sysprog”.
cryptography, operating system, security A utility that encrpyts the hashed password information in a SAM database using a 128-bit encryption key. SYSKEY was an optional feature added in Windows NT 4.0 SP3. It was meant to protect against offline password cracking attacks so that the SAM database would still be secure even if someone had […]
System language used in the implementation of Portable Standard Lisp. Mentioned in “The Evolution of Lisp”, G.L. Steele et al, SIGPLAN Notices 28(3):231-270 (Mar 1993).
or systems operator noun 1. a person who maintains a computer system or network, especially one who operates a computer bulletin board. noun 1. (computing) a person who runs a system or network syrup system operator sysop system operator
operating system An IBM term for communicating MVS systems. See also “Parallel Sysplex”. (1996-11-23)