A set of wireless local area network (LAN) standards for computer communication in the 2.4, 3.6, and 5 GHz frequency bands.
An event with negative consequences, such a system crash, network packet floods, unauthorized use of system privileges, unauthorized access to sensitive data, and execution of malicious code that destroys data.
A step-by-step procedure that a computer follows to solve a problem.
In Microsoft's NTFS (NT File System), metadata associated with a file system object. ADS can be used to hide data.
Data stored in the Windows swap file, unallocated space, and file slack. It includes e-mail fragments, word processing fragments, ...