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grayware

The human brain. See wetware and wares.
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computer viruses, worms, and Trojan horses; graywares are programs that do not contain viruses but can be annoying or harmful to the user, e.g.
In a comparison of surface color and paste color (as proxy for firing conditions), we find (Figure 7) that black wares are generally fully reduced, graywares are either fully reduced or incompletely reduced, while brownwares are almost always fully oxidized with infrequent cases of incomplete oxidation.
Malwarebytes has already taken an aggressive stance on targeting and removing PUPs, adware, spyware, and grayware. Acquiring Junkware Removal Tool reinforces its commitment to fighting not only harmful and deceptive PUPs, but also annoying and misleading ones.
Just as we update computer hardware and software to improve performance, so must we continually update the "grayware" of our Airmen, keeping them trained, current, and engaged.