Definición de war dialer en inglés:

war dialer

Silabificación: war di·al·er

sustantivo

  • A program used to find phone numbers that connect to a modem, often used by someone seeking to access the computers of others without permission.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Using ‘war dialers,’ Ambersail specializes in tracking down rogue modems, counting some of the world's largest companies and financial institutions among its clients.
    • They are also never recorded as modem answered calls by war dialers or other monitoring systems.
    • The war dialers are programmed to randomly dial the numbers of the phones assembled on the stage.

Derivativos

war dialing

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • I believe they actually were derived from the term ‘war dialing’, the process of sequentially dialing a range of phone numbers in search of a modem connect tone.
  • Back in the modem days, connection-hungry nerds with time on their hands engaged in war dialing.
  • In that film, war dialing is the act of using a modem attached to a computer to dial an entire exchange of phone numbers to locate any computers with modems attached to them.

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Pronunciación: meɪdʒ
noun
a magician or learned person