In the context of the Common Criteria for information technology security evaluation, a package is a set of security features that can be added or removed from a target system.


A portion of a message that contains data and the destination address; also called a datagram.

padded cell

Similar to a honey pot. When an intruder is detected by an IDS, the intruder is transferred to a padded cell. The padded cell has the look and layout of the actual network, but within the padded cell the intruder can neither perform malicious activities nor access any confidential data. A padded cell is a simulated environment that may offer fake data to retain an intruder's interest.

palm geography

An example of a biometric factor, which ...

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