malefactor


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one who commits a crime

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7)Use of cooperating malefactors is, of course, necessary at times, but not nearly to the extent commonly assumed.
After the alleged malefactor had presented his story, his platoon commander was asked whether or not he agreed with it; the unfortunate CANLOAN officer was forced to admit that he hadn't understood a word.
This allows a malintended person to gain unauthorized remote control over the infected computer: Unnoticed a malefactor can download, upload, execute files, send out e-mail messages on behalf of the user, etc.
As is known, Code Red exploits a security breach in IIS that is classed as a "Buffer Overflow" allowing a malefactor to run unwanted code on a Web server.
The malefactor shot by Lopez, 36-year-old Kevin Neil Davis, died.
The 78-year old malefactor had sneaked up on Vice President Cheney and not announced himself in a loud and clear voice, as well-trained bird hunters are trained to do.
A sea of people whose lives are damaged by these undetected criminals and a sea of people who cannot be compensated because their malefactor is driving without insurance.
Scientists now suspect that many cancers have their own stem cells, a long-lived malefactor that spawns cells that form the bulk of the tumor.
Using DNA sequencing, they unmasked the malefactor as HSP60 -- a member of a distinctive class called stress proteins.
Remove the male factor from malefactor, and what's left?
That was a heartless trick That fate and the malefactor Played on the brave Fandor
However, I think the malefactor is not the Hizmet movement but foreign powers.
In case some malefactor was caught in the act of setting off a bomb, "Would you be expected to leave your post and walk to the edge of the sidewalk to spit?
And here's one more, to commemorate one malefactor who has actually been confined to a jail cell, albeit not due to the diligent grunt work of the police or the cunning of state or federal prosecutors but rather due to his own belated admission of guilt:
A breach is an error in a regular software program, through which a malefactor is able imperceptibly to penetrate a computer with malicious code.