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hidden network

(1) See dark Web and darknet.

(2) A Wi-Fi network that is not continuously broadcasting its presence (not beaconing). See SSID and beaconing.
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Former officials say the compound is connected by long tunnels to far-flung parts of Tripoli in a hidden network that would provide a quick escape route.
In a preliminary study, Longland used a hidden network of motion- or heat-sensor-activated cameras to capture realtime snapshots of birds and furry animals holding juniper berries or seeds in their beaks or paws.
As part of the project Merepark must relocate a hidden Network Rail depot used by the rail firm around Newington.
The policeman leading the inquiry has revealed Fritzl even constructed a dungeon within his dungeon containing a hidden network of special punishment cells.
On her rounds, Coca connects with a hidden network of Chechen women with their own caches of carefully labeled tapes and photo albums of the dying and the dead.
Yet even as we absorb this message of fraternity, our imaginations may wander from time to time to the vast hidden network of crates, trucks, planes, couriers, inspectors, and registrars whose job it is to make us forget that they existed in the first place.
There is a perception among some industry observers that most of the plastics processing business for the Japanese transnationals is sewn up by a hidden network of "transplant" molders--a chain of suppliers imported from Japan to support the needs of the OEMs.
His follow-up to the hit publication, Real Swansea - called Real Swansea 2 - the director of creative writing at Swansea University praises the giant Meridian Quay Tower, bemoans the "infliction" of a giant TV in Castle Square and explores (from the outside) Swansea's hidden network of "massage parlours".
A young rebel had found the entrance to one of the dictator's hidden network of tunnels and forced his way inside.