intruder

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intruder

An attacker that gains, or tries to gain, unauthorized access to a system. See attacker, intrusion and IDS.

intruder

A hostile or unidentified aircraft that appears in a defended airspace; in a wider sense, an aircraft that appears in a defended airspace without authority to do so.

Intruder

(dreams)
Seeing an intruder breaking into your house or hurting you or someone else can be a very frightening dream. Depending on the level of fear this dream is, at times, a nightmare. The intruder breaking the law or breaking into your house may be a representation of an unconscious part of your psyche. Carl Jung called the negative forces the “shadow.” The intruder may be a symbol of your guilt and self-indulgent attitudes or behaviors. On the other hand, it may represent the more negative side of your nature. If you had a fearful real-life experience with an intruder through this dream you may be reliving that experience and hopefully letting go of the fear.