Passive attack

A passive attack is a type of network attack in which an attacker does not directly interact with the target system or network. Instead, the attacker observes and monitors the target system or network in order to gather information that can be used to launch a more sophisticated attack at a later time. Passive attacks … Read more

Byte caching

Byte caching is a technique used to improve network performance by reducing the amount of data that needs to be transmitted over the network. Byte caching works by storing a copy of frequently accessed data in a local cache, which can then be accessed more quickly than if the data was retrieved from the remote … Read more

Computational reflection

Computational reflection is a programming paradigm in which a program can analyze and modify itself. It is closely related to metaprogramming, in that it allows programs to be written that can introspect and modify themselves at runtime. One of the key features of computational reflection is that it allows programs to treat themselves as data. … Read more

Unknown unknown

The term “Unknown unknown” refers to risks that are not known to us, and which we may not even be aware of. These are the risks that can catch us by surprise and which can have a major impact on our organisation. Unknown unknowns can be particularly dangerous because they can lead to serious problems … Read more

Motor vehicle record (MVR)

A motor vehicle record (MVR) is a document that contains information about a person’s driving history. This history includes such things as traffic violations, accidents, and license suspensions. The MVR can be used by employers, insurance companies, and other organizations to assess an individual’s risk as a driver. How do I get a Florida MVR? … Read more


The term current refers to the flow of electrons through a conductor. This flow can be either direct or alternating. Direct current refers to the constant flow of electrons in one direction, while alternating current refers to the periodic reversal of the direction of electron flow. The SI unit for current is the ampere (A), … Read more

Amazon Silk

Amazon Silk is a web browser developed by Amazon. It was first released for Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablet on September 28, 2011. The browser uses Amazon’s own servers to pre-process and compress web pages before sending them to the device, thereby reducing data usage and loading times. Silk is based on the open-source Chromium project … Read more

Release train engineer (RTE)

A release train engineer (RTE) is a professional who is responsible for managing and coordinating the release of software products. They work with development, QA, and operations teams to ensure that new releases are properly planned and executed. RTEs also help to troubleshoot and resolve issues that may arise during the release process. Moreover, what … Read more

Mobile data

Mobile data is the internet that you get from your phone. It’s the data that you use when you’re not connected to wifi. Mobile data is measured in megabytes (MB) and gigabytes (GB). What is mobile data used for? Mobile data is used to connect devices to the internet when they are not able to … Read more

LARP (Live Action Role Playing)

LARP stands for “Live Action Role Playing”. It is a type of role-playing game in which players physically act out their characters’ actions. LARPs can be played in a variety of settings, from medieval fantasy worlds to modern day cityscapes. Players typically wear costumes and use props to help bring their characters to life. Is … Read more