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Sniff

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A C++/C programming environment providing browsing, cross-referencing, design visualisation, documentation and editing support. Developed by UBS Switzerland and marketed by takeFive Salzburg.

sniff

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sniff

To look at network traffic as it is being transmitted. The network packets may be analyzed in real time or stored for later inspection. See network analyzer.
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They are the work of Scratch 'n Sniff Cinema, set-up by producer and artist Bren O'Callaghan and illustrator Simon Misra.
In this case, if attackers sniff on this specific node, large amount of communication data will be obtained easily.
Presented as part of the cinema's digital art's program, Pixel Palace, Sniff is also there to announce the arrival of a video galley in the building, which will open next year.
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If he's like my dog though, he'll sniff it a couple of times then eat the side without cinnamon first.
Others have been sent to Korea to sniff out termites in wooden buildings.
The original pinpoint search, the drug dog's sniff, has built-in limits.
Customs has long used its dogs to sniff travelers, with good results, says Nolin.
Accordingly, the only remaining question for the Court was whether the dog sniff itself was a separate search requiring additional justification to be valid under the Fourth Amendment.
It was the first time I had sniffed it and can only remember taking one sniff.
there lives a pug dog named Bob who likes to roll in dead squirrels and sniff every crotch within his reach.