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compromised computer

A computer that has a virus, Trojan or other malevolent program. See botnet.
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Consequently, if a strategic CD is wrong, this is negative just for the fulfillment of the agent's goals, because after all she has not compromised herself in spite of suffering some quantifiable setback.
Even now, a year later, we still see occasional testing on some of the compromised accounts.
It wasn't until this week, however, that suspicious activity was detected on any of the compromised accounts, Kishner said.
More notably, the calculation in (1) also wrongly assumes that the fraction of patients with fluoroquinolone-resistant infections times the fraction of infections caused by poultry gives the fraction of patients with compromised response caused by fluoroquinolone use in poultry.
Most of us have a pretty good idea what the word compromised means.
Also, there would be unequal treatment--some taxpayers would fully pay their tax liability while others would have theirs compromised due to perceived unfairness in the law.
In 11 out of 16 instances GAO reviewed, it took DSS more than 30 days to notify the affected agency that its information had been lost or compromised.
The OIC must explain why the offer can be compromised under one of the following legal grounds:
In Cardenas Compromised, Ben Fallaw tests the theses of populists, revisionists and postrevisionists through a richly detailed political history of the Cardenas years in the southeastern state of Yucatan, a region dominated by henequen haciendas and populated largely by indigenous Maya speakers.
The study suggests that this extra, monthly revenue for buying food was directed at meeting the needs of the children and not that of the mothers, whose nutritional needs continued to be compromised.
In short, within a changed atmosphere, the nuances of their religious positions - bordering on dissimulation at times - compromised them all as effective leaders or advisers.
The rule, which applies only to compromises based on collectibility, authorizes certain IRS officials (district directors, service center directors, the director of the Austin Service Center and regional directors of appeals) to accept an offer regardless of whether IRS counsel has approved it and regardless of the amount being compromised.