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  2. McAfee, New Jersey - Wikipedia

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    McAfee is an unincorporated community located within Vernon Township in Sussex County, New Jersey, United States. The area is served as United States Postal Service ZIP Code 07428. As of the 2000 United States Census , the population for ZIP Code Tabulation Area 07428 was 127.

  3. Marilyn - Wikipedia

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    Marilyn may refer to: . Marilyn (given name) Marilyn (singer) (born 1962), British pop singer Marilyn (hill), a type of mountain or hill in the British Isles with a prominence above 150 m

  4. Taher Elgamal - Wikipedia

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    In late 2008, Securify was acquired by Secure Computing and is now part of McAfee. In October 2006, he joined Tumbleweed Communications in a capacity of a Chief Technology Officer. [16] Tumbleweed was acquired in 2008 by Axway Inc. Elgamal currently serves as the CTO, Security at Salesforce.com, where he supports the team in building a leading ...

  5. Log4Shell - Wikipedia

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    Log4Shell (CVE-2021-44228) was a zero-day vulnerability in Log4j, a popular Java logging framework, involving arbitrary code execution. The vulnerability had existed unnoticed since 2013 and was privately disclosed to the Apache Software Foundation, of which Log4j is a project, by Chen Zhaojun of Alibaba Cloud's security team on 24 November 2021.

  6. Opal Storage Specification - Wikipedia

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    The Opal Storage Specification is a set of specifications for features of data storage devices (such as disk drives) that enhance their security. For example, it defines a way of encrypting the stored data so that an unauthorized person who gains possession of the device cannot see the data.

  7. Bandwidth - Wikipedia

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    Bandwidth commonly refers to: . Bandwidth (signal processing) or analog bandwidth, frequency bandwidth, or radio bandwidth, a measure of the width of a frequency range ...