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a secret or underhand means of access (to a place or a position)

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an undocumented way to get access to a computer system or the data it contains

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an entrance at the rear of a building

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It was closing hours when the 25-year-old Bangladeshi defendant broke open the back-door of the restaurant in Al Bidaa, opened the cash register with a screwdriver and absconded after stealing cash in September 2016.
Sources added that MQM's Quaid wants to blood bathed the Karachi through his speech and to push the city into civil war but it has foiled in a nice manner, however, on the other hands, the government has confused to take any action against MQM which is terming the back-door diplomacy of four countries.
A weeks later, a group of the world's top cybersecurity experts (http://www.ibtimes.com/cybersecurity-experts-recommend-against-encryption-backdoors-government-agencies-1998670) released a paper saying that the creation of back-door technologies would put sensitive data at risk of being compromised by hackers, terrorists or even just rogue federal agents or company employees.
Although the stats don't back that up, with 17 provincial winners dumped out of the 36 All-Ireland football quarterfinals ever played, he thinks life is tough for the back-door teams.
This message is the basis for his book and for why non-traditional, back-door learning (Wedemeyer's term) is needed.
Ellis digs deep into the roots of the impending endangered species crisis and illuminates a little known back-door threat: Traditional Chinese Medicine.
The new scheme, which is replacing the existing back-door refuse collection scheme in Bromsgrove, is one of the most comprehensive in the country.