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Construct

An object; especially a concept that is constructed or synthesized from simple elements.


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A form of password attack in which a dictionary attack is first attempted and then a type of brute-force attack is performed. The follow-up brute-force attack is used to add prefix or suffix characters to passwords from the dictionary in order to discover one- upped constructed passwords, two-upped constructed passwords, and so on.
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In the context of object-oriented programming, the forwarding of a request by an object to another object or delegate. An object delegates if it does not have a method to handle the message. The notation that an object can issue a request to another object in response to a request. The first object therefore delegates the responsibility to the second object. Delegation can be used as an alternative to inheritance.
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A requesthandling mechanism that selects a method based on the type of target object. This allows the specification of one request that can result in invocation of different methods depending on the type of the target object. Most objectoriented languages support the selection of the appropriate method based on the class of the object (classical polymorphism). A few languages or systems support characteristics of the object, including values and userdefined defaults (generalized polymorphism). Having many forms. In the context of object-oriented programming terminology and concepts, the characteristic of an object to provide different behaviors based on the same message and methods owing to variances in external conditions.
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The concept that if A trusts B and B trusts C, then A inherits trust of C through the transitive property, which works like it would in a mathematical equation: if A = B, and B = C, then A = C. Transitive trust is a serious security concern because it may enable bypassing of restrictions or limitations between A and C, especially if A and C both support interaction with B.
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Concept of processing information with different classifications and categories that simultaneously permits access by users with different security clearances and denies access to users who lack authorization. (. See cross domain solution. )Concept of processing information with different classifications and categories that simultaneously permits access by users with different security clearances, but prevents users from obtaining access to information for which they lack authorization.
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