Short for Spam URI Real-time Block Lists, it is used to detect spam based on message body URIs (usually Web sites). SURBLs are not used to block spam senders. Instead they allow you to block messages that have spam hosts that are mentioned in message bodies. In order to use SURBL you need software that can parse URIs in message bodies, extract their hosts, and check those against a SURBL list.
SURGINET is one of the most well-known e-mail mailing list for General Surgeons that serves as a forum for academic and clinical discussions and knowledge sharing specific to the specialty of General Surgery. While officially the list membership is restricted to Surgeons, members are also from many disciplines, such as nursing, med students, basic scientists, […]
Acronym for Software Update Services Also called Microsoft SUS, this is a free patch management tool provided by Microsoft to help network administrators deploy security patches more easily. In simple terms, Microsoft SUS is a version of Windows Update that you can run on your network. * Microsoft Software Update Services (SUS) is designed to […]
- SUSE Linux
(Pronounced as SOO-za properly in German or SOO-sah in English) SUSE is a German-produced retail version of Linux. This commercial distribution contains several proprietary components that prevent its redistribution. SUSE Linux runs on computers with Intel 80×86 and Pentium processors. The German company, SuSE Linux AG is a German Linux distribution provider and also a […]
Short for switched virtual circuit, a temporary virtual circuit that is set up and used only as long as data is being transmitted. Once the communication between the two hosts is complete, the SVC disappears. In contrast, a permanent virtual circuit (PVC) remains available at all times.
Short for Super Video CD, SVCD is a CD standard developed by Chinese consumer electronics manufacturers, the Chinese government and VCD consortium. SVCD is the successor to the VCD video format that was based on MPEG-1 video encoding. SVCD itself contains MPEG-2 video stream and MPEG-1 or MPEG-2 audio stream. See CVD.