red zone


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red zone

(networking)
An environment located between internal and external firewalls where software and hardware are deployed to enable access to extranet applications.

Compare De-Militarised Zone.
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Subsequently, the police registered FIR against them over charges of violation of Section 144 for holding demonstration in Red Zone and blocking the roads.
Daniel Washington leads the People of the Founders, the Red Zone resistance movement.
Zero tolerance has been adopted against encroachments in the red zone and strict action would be taken against violators.
When they tried to enter into the Red Zone area, the police swung into action and fired water cannon and tear-gas shells to disperse the crowd.
At the heart of this is the Governments decision to do anything not prohibited by law to get the red zone cleared.
To test the idea that water affected the red zone material, the experiment underway aims to compare the chemistry of that material to the chemistry of the surrounding tan bedrock, which could represent an unaltered baseline.
More players are in the red zone and we have to decide if they can play against Sheffield United or not.
We moved the ball pretty well between the 20s, but then we didn't finish in the red zone and we turned it over.
The notification issued by Home Department Government of Sindh stated that the decision is taken to maintain law and order and to prevent disgruntled groups / elements from acting in a manner prejudicial to public safety and peace in Red Zone.
One of the biggest reasons the Patriots finished substantially in the black against the Denver Broncos and the Indianapolis Colts was their production in the red zone.
Summary: Saudi SMEs in red zone of Nitaqat program release foreigners to accommodate locals
Jeddah: Ibrahim NaffeePrivate companies that were previously in the red zone of the Nitaqat nationalization program for having an insufficient Saudi-to-expat ratio have let go more than 70,000 foreign workers over the last two years in a bid to hire more nationals, according to private sector experts.