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INTRUDER. One who, on the death of the ancestor, enters on the land, unlawfully, before the heir can enter.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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They confronted the intruders and after a short struggle both men ran out of the house - as police were arriving to investigate the first incident.
As he ran from the scene, the intruder knocked the woman to the ground, badly cutting her face.
Symantec Intruder Alert is a host-based, real-time intrusion monitoring system specifically designed for the 64-bit architecture of the Intel Itanium 2 processor, the company claims.
ActiveDefense operates in coordination with the AirDefense intrusion detection and security appliance, which statefully monitors wireless LANs to detect network vulnerabilities, enforce security policies, and detect intruders and attacks.
During the struggle the pensioner tried to defend herself with a knife, but she ended up cutting herself as she grappled with the intruder.
An officer also phoned the restaurant at which the intruder claimed to work and was told by the owner that the man was not an employee.
Moreover, this case demonstrates the ability of law enforcement to adapt current technology to pursue computer intruders and protect national security while protecting Fourth Amendment rights under the Constitution.
Otherwise an intruder can see the data in the secure file by looking in the unsecured linked file.
A mystery intruder broke into Princess Di's home and spent 30 minutes lurking in her basement.
In August 1986 a persistent computer intruder attacked the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory (LBL).
Summary: Samba (Jammu Kashmir) [India], July 15 (ANI): The Border Security Force (BSF) on the intervening night of July 14-15 shot dead a Pakistani intruder trying to infiltrate through Ramgarh area.