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ping service

(1) An Internet service that pings computers on a regular basis to determine if they are still running. For example, a ping service would be used with a server farm to determine if any of the servers have failed. See ping.

(2) A service on the Internet that receives notifications (pings) from blogs that a new post is online. All subscribers signed up for that blog are notified of the update. Ping servers on the Internet, such as VeriSign's Weblogs.com (www.weblogs.com), provide the service at no charge.
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com, a ping server that automatically notifies subscribers when new content is posted to a Web site or blog.
Attack Lifecycle OKENA Intrinsic Security PROBE PENETRATE PERSIST Ping server addrs Mail attachment Create new life Guess passwords Javascript Modify existing life Guess mail users ActiveX controls Weaken Registry security settings Network installs Install new services Compressed Register trap doors messages Backdoors PROBE PROPAGATE PARALYZE Ping server addrs Mail copy of attack Format disk Guess passwords Web connection Delete files Guess mail users IRC Modify Files FTP Drill security hole Infect file shares Crash computer Denial of Service Steal secrets
There are dictionaries, online translators, news sites, shops, entertainment web sites, software archives, and such online tools as whois, traceroute, ping servers and other resources to choose from.