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grayware

The human brain. See wetware and wares.
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This traffic can be requested from normal software such as antivirus updater, mail client, browser's toolbar, greyware encompasses adware, spyware, joke programs, and malicious software acting as HTTP-based botnet and trojan horses.
Normal autoware can be controlled and beneficial for user; however, since greyware and malicious software penetrate into users' network, they turn out to be internal threats, from which attackers can conduct various types of application layer attacks through these agents, which are really difficult to prevent such as DoS/DDoS, malware distribution, or identity theft.
It also stated that the rise in infections can be attributed to greyware like adware.
Spyware, greyware, exploit kits, and all manner of PUA/PUP can be just as dangerous to an organization.
A delightful collection of Asian art is highlighted by a Han Dynasty Duck Effigy (Lot 64) of lovely greyware terracotta.
Brian Stephens found the collection, which dates back to between 54AD and 161AD, in a greyware pot in Llanvaches in June last year, after four hours' digging.
Jeffry Dwight, president of Greyware Automation Products, the leading provider of time synchronization, management, and auditing software for Windows, noted, "We chose the SyncServer 350 to develop the PTP support in the Domain Time II software.
Windows NT software specialists Greyware Automation Products, today announced an agreement with Compaq Computer Corporation, Houston, to provide their premiere "Domain Time" network time synchronization software for use on all Compaq internal systems.
1984) focused primarily on key late Formative and Middle Period (AD 100-900) burial ceramics: red and black polished wares followed by incised and thicker greywares.
proto-stoneware, highly decorated redwares, and greywares from Germany and neighbouring territories, window glass, some decorations, etc.
This volume deals with shelly-sandy ware and greywares produced over a 200 year period from the late 12th century until c.