worm

A form of computer virus which propagates around networks, usually by exploiting vulnerabilities in an email client or UA.

Worm

• (v. t.) To clean by means of a worm; to draw a wad or cartridge from, as a firearm. See Worm, n. 5 (b). • (n.) A certain muscular band in the tongue of some animals, as the dog; the lytta. See Lytta. • (n.) Any helminth; an entozoon. • (n.) To cut the worm, or lytta, from under the tongue of, as a dog, for the purpose of check...
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WORM

(from the article `CD-ROM`) ...which can be `burned` to produce a chemical `dark` spot, analogous to an ordinary CD`s pits, that can be read by existing CD and CD-ROM players. ... ...with the computer. Such systems permit users to read and rearrange sequences of text, animated images, and sound that are stored on hig...
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(from the article `Computers and Information Systems`) After his arrest in Germany in May, Sven Jaschan, an 18-year-old German student, confessed to having created two harmful Internet worms, Netsky and ... ...be convicted in the United States under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of 1986. On November 2, 1988, a computer science studen...
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worm

(wurm) vermis. any of the soft-bodied, elongated, naked invertebrates of the phyla Annelida, Acanthocephala, Aschelminthes, and Platyhelminthes; many species are found as parasites in humans and other animals. In North America the most common ones are roundworms and tapeworms; in other parts of the world flukes ...
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worm

1. A creeping or a crawling animal of any kind or size, as a serpent, caterpillar, snail, or the like. 'There came a viper out of the heat, and leapt on his hand. When the men of the country saw the worm hang on his hand, they said, This man must needs be a murderer.' (Tyndale (Acts xxviii. 3, 4)) ''T is slander, Whose edge is sharper than the swor...
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worm

noun any of numerous relatively small elongated soft-bodied animals especially of the phyla Annelida and Chaetognatha and Nematoda and Nemertea and Platyhelminthes; also many insect larvae
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WORM

[AM] WORM (1010 AM, Savannah`s Pure Gold Station) is a radio station broadcasting an oldies music format. Licensed to Savannah, Tennessee, USA, the station is currently owned by Gerald W. Hunt. ...
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Worm

[artillery] A worm is a device used to remove unspent powder bag remnants from a cannon or other piece of muzzle loading field artillery. It usually took the form of a double corkscrew shaped piece of iron on the end of a long pole that could be twisted down the barrel to pick up any debris left over from the previous firing of the weapon. ...
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Worm

[Kamen Rider] The Worms were designed by Nirasawa Yasushi, who also designed the Undead for Kamen Rider Blade, the Horrors in GARO and later created the Imagin for Kamen Rider Den-O. These designs were later detailed in Wāmu Wākusu GITAI. ==Shibuya Meteorite== A mysterious meteorite that crashed into Shibuya seven years ago. This meteorit...
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Worm

[marketing] The `worm` is a market research analysis tool developed by Roy Morgan Research (who called it `The Reactor`), with the purpose of gauging an audience`s reaction to some visual stimuli over some time period. The name `worm` describes its visual appearance – as a line graph snaking up or down. Each member of the audience firstly...
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WORM

[Rotterdam] WORM is a Rotterdam based non-profit foundation and a multi-media alternative cultural centre focused on experimental, new media art, avant-garde and underground art, primarily music and movies. WORM is funded by the Triodos Bank and part of the culture nota 2009-2012 from the Dutch government. The foundation has received the Pe...
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Worm

Worm (wûrm) noun [ Middle English worm , wurm , Anglo-Saxon wyrm ; akin to Dutch worm , Old Saxon & German wurm , Icelandic ormr , Swedish & Danish orm , Goth. waúrms , Latin vermis , Greek ... a wood worm. Confer Vermicelli ,...
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Worm

Worm intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Wormed ; present participle & verbal noun Worming .] To work slowly, gradually, and secretly. « When debates and fretting jealousy Did worm and work within you more and mor...
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Worm

Worm transitive verb 1. To effect, remove, drive, draw, or the like, by slow and secret means; -- often followed by out . « They find themselves wormed out of all power.» Swift. « They . . . wormed things out of me that I had no desire to tell.&...
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Worm

A computer program that replicates independently by sending itself to other systems.
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Worm

A long, coiled copper tube, attached to the lyne arm of the pot still, and fitted into a large wooden vat filled with cold water, known as a worm tub. Before the introduction of 'shell and tube' condensers, the worm tub was the only means of condensing alcohol vapour back into liquid form. A number of distilleries continue to use worm tubs, as expe...
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Worm

A multicellular organism which is generally longer than it is wide or deep. The scientific name for worms is Helminth. In human parasitic terms there are three major groups of organisms which are properly called worms: The Nematodes, the Flukes and the Tapeworms. These and other sorts of worms may parasitize other organisms e.g., The Acanthacephala...
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Worm

A piece of malicious code delivered via an executable attachment in email or over a computer network
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Worm

a plot of either the cumulative runs scored, or the progressive run rate achieved by a team (the y-axis) against the over number (x-axis) in limited-overs cricket.
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Worm

a plot of either the cumulative runs scored, or the progressive run rate achieved by a team (the y-axis) against the over number (x-axis) in limited-overs cricket.
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Worm

A self-replicating virus that eventually leads to the infected computer crashing.
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Worm

A worm is a program that can replicate itself by sending copies in e-mail messages or over a network.
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Worm

A worm is a virus that does not infect other programs. It makes copies of itself, and infects additional computers (typically by making use of network connections) but does not attach itself to additional programs; however a worm might alter, install, or destroy files and programs.
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Worm

Any of numerous, small, elongate and slender creeping or crawling animals, usually soft-bodied, naked and limbless or nearly so.
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