protected location

protected location

[prə′tek·təd lō′kā·shən]
(computer science)
A storage cell arranged so that access to its contents is denied under certain circumstances, in order to prevent programming accidents from destroying essential programs and data.
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When all danger of frost is passed, set the bulb, container and all, in the flower garden at ground level in a somewhat protected location that receives morning light.
The biggest problem has been remembering to vent the pit, as the interior can get too warm, even on cold days, because of its protected location.
In colder areas store containers indoors in a protected location.
The rarity of these fractures is related to the protected location of the hyoid bone under the mandible and its ability to move in all directions.
Most of them will position the birthing area to a protected location, so the piglets have less of a chance of crawling in the wrong direction while the mom is delivering.
denounced the attack that killed 10 people earlier in the day, noting that the school had been designated a protected location.
The self-described "certified unethical hacker" responsible for the attack, apparently used a DNS redirect to access details, which were stored in an inadequately protected location.
Although you might think they sit collecting dust in a hangar in a protected location, rumor has it they are physically buried underground.
The company survived the 1906 earthquake and resulting fires because of its protected location near the San Francisco Customs House.
It was also agreed on Saturday at a meeting that the planned protected location would be decided within three months.
Ideal data storage is offsite in a protected location.
At that facility, dubbed "Haven 2," victims like Maria get their own apartment while still receiving counseling and support in a secure and protected location.