cracker

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الإنجليزية - التركية
kraker

Bütün krakerleri yedim. - I ate all the crackers.

Üç gün boyunca kraker ve suyla yaşadı. - He lived on crackers and water for three days.

kırıcı
çatapat
piliç
fıstık

Ben sık sık krakerler üzerinde fıstık ezmesi yerim. - I often eat peanut butter on crackers.

yavru
(Bilgisayar) Güvenlik engelini aşarak yetkisi olmayan bilgisayar sistemlerine ya da ağlarına giren ve bilgilerine erişen kişi, güvenlik kırıcı
{i} bisküvi
{i} kıracak
{i} fişek
Sistem Kırıcı
artist gibi kız
cracker crumbs
kraker kırıntısı
cracker jack
Amerika Birleşik Devletleri menşeili, patlamış mısır ve şeker pekmezinden yapılan bir tür yiyecek
cream cracker
krem kraker
crackers
deli
crackers
üşütük
crackers
çatlak
crackers
kaçık
graham cracker
mısır unu kraker
cheese-flavored thin cracker
peynir tadında ince kırık
graham cracker
mısır ünü kraker
lobster cracker
ıstakoz kıracağı
oyster cracker
istiridye kraker
crackers
fıstık/çatapat/kraker
firework cracker
çatapat
jumping cracker
arayıcı fişeği
jumping cracker
krapo
soda cracker
tuzlu bisküvi
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A firecracker
One who maliciously cracks, (i.e. overcomes) computer software or security restrictions

It stated to one of the company's operators, “The Phantom, the system cracker, strikes again . . . Soon I will zero (expletive deleted) your desks and your backups on System A. I have already cracked your System B.

A Christmas cracker
An impoverished white person from the SE United States, originally associated with Georgia and parts of Florida; or, (by extension) white people generally
A short piece of twisted string tied to the end of a whip that creates the distinctive sound when the whip is thrown or cracked
Refinery equipment used to pyrolyse organic feedstocks. If catalyst is used to aid pyrolysis it is informally called a cat-cracker
A fine thing or person (crackerjack)

She's an absolute cracker! The show was a cracker!.

A person or thing that cracks, or that cracks a thing (e.g. whip cracker; nutcracker)
A dry, thin, crispy, and usually salty or savory biscuit
{n} a firework, a boaster, hard bisket
firework consisting of a small explosive charge and fuse in a heavy paper casing
A nickname to designate a poor white in some parts of the Southern United States
An individual who attempts to access computer systems without authorization These individuals are often malicious, as opposed to hackers (who see themselves as benevolent explorers), and have many means at their disposal for breaking into a system See also Computer Emergency Response Tram, Trojan Horse, virus, worm
A popular hacking tool used to decode encrypted passwords System administrators also use Crack to assess weak passwords by novice users in order to enhance the security Cracker: One who breaks security systems
One who gains unauthorized access to a computer system for malicious purposes
What are hackers and crackers?
A cracker is an individual who attempts to access computer systems without authorization These people are often malicious, as opposed to hackers, and have many means at their disposal for breaking into a system
a programmer who `cracks' (gains unauthorized access to) computers, typically to do malicious things; "crackers are often mistakenly called hackers"
The pintail duck
An individual who breaks into computer systems with the intention of doing damage or committing a crime
a party favor consisting of a paper roll (usually containing candy or a small favor) that pops when pulled at both ends a thin crisp wafer made or flour and water with or without leavening and shortening; unsweetened or semisweet a programmer who `cracks' (gains unauthorized access to) computers, typically to do malicious things; "crackers are often mistakenly called hackers
A malicious computer hobbyist who breaks into other people’s computer systems to destroy, damage, or steal data
Persons who attempt to gain illegal access to computers Not to be confused with hackers
Substantially different from "hackers," crackers are users who try to gain illegal access to computers They are usually malicious in their intentions
One who breaks security on an AIS
{i} biscuit, hard wheat cookie; one who breaks in; computer hacker, one who breaks into computer systems through illegal methods (Computers); firecracker; attractive girl, "babe
A thin, dry biscuit, often hard or crisp; as, a Boston cracker; a Graham cracker; a soda cracker; an oyster cracker
a thin crisp wafer made or flour and water with or without leavening and shortening; unsweetened or semisweet
A cracker is one who engages in one or more of the following: 1) breaks into a computer system; 2) figures out ways to bypass security or license protection in software; 3) intentionally breaches computer security Contrary to popular belief, Cracker is not synonymous with Hacker
someone who tries to break into other peoples computer, often with destructive intent
If you say that someone or something is a cracker, you like and admire them very much. She's a cracker `Dude' is a cracker of an album
A person who breaks into a site through a computer's security While Basically the same thing as a "Hacker", a Cracker is sometimes considered to be more malicious and destructive
A cracker is a hollow cardboard tube covered with coloured paper. Crackers make a loud noise when they are pulled apart and usually contain a small toy and a paper hat. In Britain they are used mainly at Christmas. a Christmas cracker
One who, or that which, cracks
a party favor consisting of a paper roll (usually containing candy or a small favor) that pops when pulled at both ends
This is a person who breaks into a site through a computer's security Similar to a "Hacker,” a cracker is sometimes considered to be more malicious and destructive
A pair of fluted rolls for grinding caoutchouc
An individual who attempts to gain unauthorised access to a computer system These individuals are often malicious and have many means at their disposal for breaking into a system Crackers often like to describe themselves as hackers Cracking does not usually involve some mysterious leap of hackerly brilliance but rather persistence and repetition of a handful of fairly well-known tricks that exploit common weaknesses in the security of target systems
A cracker is an individual who attempts to access computer systems without authorization These individuals are often malicious, as opposed to hackers, and have many means at their disposal for breaking into a system See also: hacker, Computer Emergency Response Team, Trojan Horse, virus, worm [Source: RFC1392]
A cracker is the same thing as a hacker, except the hacker only explores other peoples computers and the cracker destroys stuff once in there
a poor white person in the southern United States
A cracker is a thin, crisp biscuit which is often eaten with cheese
The term was coined in the mid-80s by hackers who wanted to differentiate themselves from individuals whose sole purpose is to sneak through security systems Whereas crackers sole aim is to break into secure systems, hackers are more interested in gaining knowledge about computer systems and possibly using this knowledge for playful pranks
One who illegally circumvents protections in security to gain unauthorized access
A person who cracks, (i.e. overcomes) computer software or security restrictions to enable unrestricted use or for malicious purpose
A person who attempts to access computer systems without authorization See also: Hacker, Trojan Horse, Virus, Worm
A person who attempts to gain unauthorized access a computer system, often for malicious purposes The term was coined by hackers to defend against misuse of "hacker"
A small firework, consisting of a little powder inclosed in a thick paper cylinder with a fuse, and exploding with a sharp noise; often called firecracker
A person who breaks into copyrighted software to illegally duplicate it or remote computers to destroy information
A noisy boaster; a swaggering fellow
Substantially different from hackers, crackers are users who try to gain illegal access to computers They are usually malicious in their intentions
A cracker is generally considered to be a hacker who has turned to the dark side; that is, a hacker who breaks into other systems with the specific purpose of causing damage or stealing data
A cracker is the same thing as a hacker, except the hacker only explores other peoples computers and the cracker destroys stuff once in there Cyberspace - The Internet William Gibson coined this phrase in 1984 science fiction book "Neuromancer"
Crackers are users who try to gain illegal access to computers They may be malicious or merely curious in their intentions See Hacker
{i} cosaque
Cracker Jack
A quantity of the snack. Usually Cracker Jacks

He stuffed himself with Cracker Jack.

Cracker Jack
A boxed snack consisting of caramel-coated popcorn and peanuts, well known for including surprise toys of nominal value

Take me out to the ball game / Take me out with the crowd / Buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jack / I don't care if I never get back.

Cracker Jack
One kernel of the Cracker Jack snack

A Cracker Jack fell to the theater floor.

Cracker Jacks
Some of the Cracker Jack caramel-coated popcorn snack

A box of Cracker Jacks is enough for two, unless one of the two has a sweet tooth.

cracker bonbon
A party favor in the form of a Christmas cracker
cracker jacks
Popcorn coated in molasses
cracker jacks
plural form of cracker jack
Cracker Jack
a type of sweet popcorn sold in a box with a prize inside it, which is popular with children in the US
cracker box
a crate used for packing crackers
cracker crumbs
crumbs of crackers used especially for coating or thickening
cracker state
See Cracker, n
cracker state
Georgia; a nickname
cracker-barrel
{s} suggestive of rural country life; typical of country life; (term used in North America) simple and not sophisticated
cracker-barrel
characteristic of country life; "cracker-barrel philosophy"; "folksy humor"; "the air of homespun country boys
cream cracker
Cream crackers are crisp dry biscuits which are eaten with cheese. = cracker. a light biscuit often eaten with cheese
Christmas cracker
A table decoration, in the form of a large paper sweet wrapper, constructed around a cardboard tube typically containing a paper hat, silly joke and a small novelty or toy; a pair a people pull the ends of the cracker causing an embedded device to make a crack sound as the cracker breaks in two and the contents are released
Graham cracker
Alternative spelling of graham cracker
crackers
plural form of cracker
crackers
Crazy; mad
graham cracker
A type of cracker, usually made of graham flour, sweetened (usually with honey inter alia), forming a rectangle of about 2.5 inches by five inches, and perforated down the middle
graham cracker
A specific cracker made of graham flour, developed in the nineteenth century
holy crap on a cracker
Emphatic form of holy crap

Holy crap on a cracker! That paint job would cost three or four thousand dollars in the city, exclaimed John loudly.

oyster cracker
A small, dry, usually round cracker
prawn cracker
A light, deep-fried snack made from shrimp and starch, popular in East Asian cuisine
soda cracker
A saltine; a soda biscuit
steam cracker
A petroleum refining plant that carries out steam cracking
animal cracker
A small cookie shaped like an animal
cannon cracker
a large firecracker
catalytic cracker
a chemical reactor for converting oils with high boiling points into fuels with lower boiling points in the presence of a catalyst
catalytic cracker
An oil refinery unit in which the cracking of petroleum takes place in the presence of a catalyst
corn-cracker
{i} (USA) white person of a poor class in southern United States (Offensive Slang); nickname for a native of Kentucky (USA)
crackers
{s} (slang) crazy, loony
crackers
People who break into computer systems without intending to be destructive
crackers
are hackers who hack for profit
crackers
Hasbro produced these ©2001, but they didn't seem to be sold anywhere
crackers
informal or slang terms for mentally irregular; "it used to drive my husband balmy"
crackers
crazy
crackers
plural of cracker
crackers
The term 'cracker' is the term that computer programmers prefer to use when referring to the people who attack computers with viruses and worms and the like The term that's commonly used now-a-days, "hacker," historically has a positive connotation A "hacker" in computer science is one who enjoys programming and working with computers, and is good at it Computer engineers use the term "hacker" with pride and prefer to label the trouble-makers as "crackers," because they crack into systems
crackers
Users who try to gain illegal access to computers They are usually malicious in their intentions See also hackers
fire cracker
noisemaker made of gunpowder wrapped in paper
graham cracker
semisweet whole-wheat cracker
graham cracker
{i} slightly sweet crackers that are made out of graham flour
oyster cracker
a small dry usually round cracker
oyster cracker
A small, dry, usually round soda cracker
password cracker
one who deciphers or otherwise steals computer access codes
soda cracker
unsweetened cracker leavened slightly with soda and cream of tartar
soda cracker
A soda cracker is a thin, square, salty biscuit. A thin, usually square cracker leavened slightly with baking soda. Also called soda biscuit
cracker
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