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moke

1. Brit a slang name for donkey
2. Austral slang an inferior type of horse
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Originally designed in the 1950s as a military jeep that was light enough to be dropped by parachute from an airplane, the Moke earned new life in the 1960s, when stars like Brigitte Bardot made it the most stylish way to cruise Mediterranean hot spots like Saint-Tropez.
The Moke became Iconic in part because of its brightly colored designs.
It is publicly known that the Mokes backdoor (also known as "Smoke Bot" or "Smoke Loader") appeared on Russian underground forums as it was made available for purchase in 2011.
The Mokes backdoor infection and potential infections of other non-Equation malware point to the possibility that user data could have been leaked to an unknown number of third-parties as a result of remote access to the computer.
WREXHAM boss Gary Mills has heaped praise on midfielder Adriano Moke after breaking his duck as manager.
"I thought Moke was outstanding, I think he got us playing right to the end.
This morning, his party recap complete, Kula checks with courier Joey Bosseman to see how Mokes' day is shaping up.
The Dragons boss made Adriano Moke and Dominic Vose his third and fourth summer signings respectively.