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South African shrub whose flowers when open are cup-shaped resembling artichokes

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Who Am I" has none of the formal or narrative freshness of Tykwer's film, but the technical crew does a commendable job of conjuring up a physical world to represent Darknet -- a subway train without a destination.
co is a website where anyone can share their story with complete anonymity, after a surge in traffic coming from the Darknet Cathartic.
p4nt05 2010 "Outline for a Simple Darkserver and/or Darknet.
Cryptocurrency, Anonymous Networking, Hacker's Darknet Markets, and lots of Prey TK Keanini, CTO at Lancope.
Arbor has unique visibility into DDoS botnets because of its ATLAS infrastructure, which combines a darknet sensor network with traffic data from more than 275 service provider customers around the world.
Criminal rings are involved in child sex abuse, fake credit cards and online drug sales on the part of the internet known to police as the Darknet.
The biggest challenge for us today is that the online sexually abuse of children is a crime spreading so quickly because of technologies such as P2P and Darknet," said assistant commissioner Neil Gaugham of Australian Federal Police.
Sean Gallagher, Anonymous Takes Down Darknet Child Porn Site on Tot Network, ARS TECHNICA (Oct.
2) The darknet constitutes one of the greatest threats to copyright law in the information society.
Working with its service provider customers, the company has created a large distributed darknet sensor network.
lt;p>The university uses so-called Darknet sensors that were set up about six years ago to keep track of malicious activity.
Willman (2002), The darknet and the future of content distribution, in: Proceedings of the ACM Workshop on Digital Rights Management, Washington, DC, USA, 2002.
A supervillain might make a straw purchase, pap a celebrity, surf the darknet, or become a testosteronic knuckle-dragger.
Peter Biddle, Paul England, Marcus Peinado & Bryan Willman, The Darknet and the Future of Content Distribution at 15, Microsoft Corporation archived at http://www.
ATLAS utilizes a globally distributed darknet sensor network to deliver intelligence on host/port scanning activity, zero-day exploits and worm propagation, security events and vulnerability disclosures, and dynamic botnet and phishing infrastructures.