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slammer

the Slang prison
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PASTRY Queen Mary Berry loves tequila slammers and could "drink you under the table", according to fellow presenter Sue Perkins.
The only way for them to escape The Slammer is to impress The Governor and the child jury who rate all the acts with a clap-o-meter.
The Slammer features page after page of mug shots, names and charges of people arrested in Pulaski and Faulkner counties.
It stuck but I would rather be known as Slammer because I knock people out in the ring.
By entering a unique code in every pack on to the web-site, POGsters will be awarded a special POG or slammer to add to their virtual collection
It is particularly concerning as Slammer was preventable - it exploited a vulnerability in SQL Server that Microsoft Corp had issued a patch for six months earlier.
On January 25, a worm--a virus-like computer program that replicates itself without using a host file--called Slammer (or Sapphire) became the fastest computer attack of its kind in history.
A web poll of more than 200 business PC users, conducted by Sophos Anti-Virus, has revealed that most blame their fellow system administrators for the spread of the SQL Slammer internet worm which slowed down large sections of the internet, reportedly causing ATM machines in America to stop working and knocking large sections of the South Korean population off the web.
Security policy enforcement refers to the ability of organizations to define and enforce what users and devices are able to do, in order to prevent security breaches and unintentional or malicious attacks--such as the recent SQL Slammer worm.
But last week a worm called Slammer appeared, affecting web servers, the specialised computers that host websites.
Alongside infecting as many computers it could, Slammer sent multiple copies of itself across the Internet.
The majority of business PC users are blaming system administrators for the spread of the recent Slammer virus, according to a survey from Sophos, an Internet security company.