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Synonyms for snort

a small amount of liquor

Synonyms for snort

a disrespectful laugh

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a cry or noise made to express displeasure or contempt

indicate contempt by breathing noisily and forcefully through the nose

make a snorting sound by exhaling hard

inhale recreational drugs

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inhale through the nose

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Often, when a deer is startled at close range, it may give a single, short, loud snort as it turns to flee or jumps up from its bed.
It does appear that during the rut, a buck could be attracted to the sound of a snort, hoping that it will lead him to a doe.
The company said Snort and Sourcefire Vulnerability Research Team (VRT) rules are now available through the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) in the form of an Amazon Machine Image (AMI), enabling customers to monitor network activity for malicious behaviour and provide automated responses.
Even when alone, male antelopes snorted when a human approached, suggesting that rather than being a warning to fellow antelopes, a true snort is directed at the predator itself.
Following Microsoft's disclosure the Sourcefire VRT created, tested and delivered Snort rules designed to detect attacks targeting the following Microsoft vulnerabilities.
With working code examples and scripts, an Australian security specialist details the workings of each application's tools including Nessus Attack Scripting Language, Snort rules, and Ethereal dissectors.
Snort is an industry leading network intrusion detection technology for monitoring network traffic in real time and detecting dangerous payloads and suspicious anomalies.
Snort is an open source network intrusion prevention system, capable of performing real-time traffic analysis and packet logging on IP networks.
In addition to this existing Snort engine functionality, the VRT also created a new rule (GID 1, SID 19825) for the Sourcefire IPS and Snort.
Any idiot can snort a few lines of cocaine because it's as cheap as a couple of pints of lager and just as available these days.
StillSecure Plays a Key Role in Driving Strategic Direction of Snort Intrusion Detection Rule Development
After reviewing instructions for installing the Snort open source intrusion detection system on different operating systems, this reference introduces options for viewing log and alert data, writing rules and signatures to detect specific types of traffic, and using Snort administrative tools.
The oil-based colourless fluid apparently makes a line of white powder congeal and semi-dissolve, meaning it is impossible to snort.
Heroin users take the drug in three different ways: They may inject it directly into their veins or muscles with syringes; they may snort lines of it in powdered form; or they may smoke it in rolled, marijuana--like joints.
It was only after he returned from having a cigarette outside the mobile home where the two had gone to drink and snort cocaine the night of Dec.