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Pull up any video clip of Lee and you see a player cutting through the paint, head up, hands ready for a pass and a backdoor layup.
Once downloaded, the file would install a “backdoor” on the target’s machine.
The administration even tried to push the “Clipper Chip,” which would give them a backdoor into consumer devices.
He said barely a word, just stared straight ahead at the backdoor entrance to the Senate Chamber.
It was early 2019 and I’d gotten word that managers were worried they’d opened a backdoor to a rather intense surveillance effort.
Hackers backed by a nation-state—two US senators who received private briefings say it was Russia—managed to take over SolarWinds’ software build system and push a security update infused with a backdoor.
OceanLotus repeatedly bypassed Google’s app-vetting process, in part by submitting benign versions of the apps and later updating them to add backdoors and other malicious functionality.
He went out through the backdoor into the garden: stood to listen towards the next garden.
ULYSSESJAMES JOYCE
He went out by the backdoor into the garden, and saw how the sky was clouding up from the south-west.
LITTLEBOURNE LOCKF. BAYFORD HARRISON
The last Royalist defender of safe measures had vanished through the backdoor.
LECTURES ON THE FRENCH REVOLUTIONJOHN EMERICH EDWARD DALBERG-ACTON

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