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Utilizing a purpose-built system and packet capture appliances, the researchers were able to uncloak the behavior of the botnets.
In the same function, the Asian tech giant is expected to uncloak its new batch of smartphone and tablet offerings.
In The History of Sexuality, Volume I, Foucault famously uncloaks the disingenuousness of Victorian protestations of ignorance concerning sexual activities everywhere inscribed in Victorian discourse.
His most recent research uncloaks some of the mystery surrounding fear related disorders.
Must's poignant and sometimes painful essay uncloaks the human dimensions of this community in exile and its members' struggle to maintain their culture and their church over several generations.
Dick [He uncloaks and dissects any chosen decadence via SF.
He rejects the modernist assumption that human rationality emerges in its pure and privileged form only in the natural and social sciences; and he convincingly uncloaks the theological isolationism and Christian esotericism in the works of Ronald Thiemann and John Milbank.
Choate's controversial new book uncloaks the powerful lobbying operation Japanese companies have painstakingly assembled to advance Japan's political and economic agenda - in the halls of Congress and in state legislatures across America.
ET/PT) and uncloaks Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide/"Vampires, Werewolves, Ghosts and Zombies," Sunday, October 29 (7:30 p.