warning message

warning message

[′wȯrn·iŋ ‚mes·ij]
(computer science)
A diagnostic message that is issued when a computer program detects an error or potential problem but continues processing.
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In the less-than-two-minutes clip, a woman claimed to be "translating" a warning message from Bahrain's Interior Ministry which reportedly cautioned people not to help children found wandering the streets pretending to be lost.
The warning message, which will be received by the public through their mobile phones, will be shown automatically on their screen and accompanied by sound and vibration alarm.
MoD added: "This process represents a reassuring message sent by Baghdad Operations Command to the citizens that they are able to protect them as well as a warning message to anyone who wants to tamper with the security of the citizen.
for this, the university plans to set up video protection on its sites as well as warning message broadcasting devices.
Subscribers will receive a general warning message next Sunday, and then a second will follow to the concerned ones on January 21, the ministry said in a statement.
If the site that the user is trying to reach is included in a list of harmful sites and blocked by NordVPN CyberSec, its contents won't be displayed and the user will see a warning message instead.
To prevent another embarrassment, the bank said that it has 'decided to activate a warning message whenever an employee sends a message to an external email address on a mobile device, which previously only happened on desktop computers.
The warning message may change according to the geo-location of the victim.
The warning message may change according to the geo-location of the victim, and using the victim's IP address, the malicious software will contact the central command and control server to get the appropriate message for the victim's country.
With this precious win, Roma sends a warning message to the leaders, Juventus, as they set to lock horns in the capital-city showdown next week at Stadio Olimpico, Rome.
In an effort to push developers to update their iOS apps and make them 64-bit compatible, Apple is bringing back the warning message against 32-bit apps that first appeared during the beta testing period for iOS 10.
On March 17, California's Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) issued a notice promulgating an emergency regulation to allow temporary use of a standard point-of-sale warning message for bisphenol A (BPA) exposures from canned and bottled foods and beverages.