Bootleg, as a general term, refers to the illegal distribution or sale of any goods. In software, music and video terminology it refers to any materials — such as a a program, song or movie — that is illegally distributed or sold without permission from the copyright or trademark owner. Bootleg can also refer to “copies” of software that are knowingly installed on more than one computer when the license prohibits more than one installation.
The handoff point of any IP-enabled infrastructure. This is where a session passes from one network to another and can be defined as the edge of a carrier’s network or the point between an enterprise and its carrier.
- borderless printing
A print option found on many inkjet printers, especially those which offer photo-quality printing. Selecting this print option will produce photo prints that have no white space around the edges. Borderless printing produces photos similar to those you would obtain through a photo lab.
Short for robot, a computer program that runs automatically.
A botnet refers to a type of bot running on an IRC network that has been created with a trojan. When an infected computer is on the Internet the bot can then start up an IRC client and connect to an IRC server. The Trojan will also have been coded to make the bot join […]
(bot´&l nek´´) (n.) The delay in transmission of data through the circuits of a computer’s microprocessor or over a TCP/IP network. The delay typically occurs when a system’s bandwidth cannot support the amount of information being relayed at the speed it is being processed. There are, however, many factors that can create a bottleneck in […]