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  2. Alureon - Wikipedia

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    Alureon (also known as TDSS or TDL-4) is a trojan and bootkit created to steal data by intercepting a system's network traffic and searching for: banking usernames and passwords, credit card data, PayPal information, social security numbers, and other sensitive user data.

  3. Website - Wikipedia

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    Hyperlinking between web pages guides the navigation of the site, which often starts with a home page. Users can access websites on a range of devices, including desktops, laptops, tablets, and smartphones. The app used on these devices is called a web browser.

  4. Transputer - Wikipedia

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    The TDS text editor was notable in that it was a folding editor, allowing blocks of code to be hidden and revealed, to make the structure of the code more apparent. Unfortunately, the combination of an unfamiliar programming language and equally unfamiliar development environment did nothing for the early popularity of the transputer.

  5. Cork (city) - Wikipedia

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    The city's charter was granted by Prince John, as Lord of Ireland, in 1185. The city was once fully walled, and some wall sections and gates remain today. For much of the Middle Ages, Cork city was an outpost of Old English culture in the midst of a predominantly hostile Gaelic countryside and cut off from the English government in the Pale around Dublin.

  6. Tektronix - Wikipedia

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    The company traces its roots to the electronics revolution that immediately followed World War II.It was founded in December 1945 as Tekrad. The name was similar to that of a California company, Techrad, so in 1946, the four partners, Howard Vollum, Jack Murdock and Miles Tippery, who had both served in the Coast Guard, and accountant Glenn McDowell, formed Tektronix, Inc.

  7. Adelphia Communications Corporation - Wikipedia

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    Adelphia Communications Corporation was an American cable television company with headquarters in Coudersport, Pennsylvania. It was founded in 1952 by brothers Gus and John Rigas after purchasing a cable television franchise for $ 300. Combining various cable properties, the company became one of the most successful in the United States and ...

  8. List of United States telephone companies - Wikipedia

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    Telephone and Data Systems, (through its subsidiary TDS) serves mainly rural areas in parts of 36 states. [2] Cincinnati Bell , which serves the greater Cincinnati area , and Hawaii due to its acquisition of Hawaiian Telcom [3] was not included in the Bell System breakup of 1984 because the former AT&T held only a minority stake in that company.

  9. Metavante - Wikipedia

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    Metavante Technologies, Inc., through its subsidiary, Metavante Corporation, provided financial technology services, software and financial services regulatory advice and consulting to its customers, consisting primarily of small to large sized financial institutions. The $1.5 billion organization was headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and ...