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eavesdrop

verb hearken, intercept, listen, listen stealthily, overhear, tap the lines, wiretap
Associated concepts: eavesdropping device, search warrant, suppression hearing, wiretapping
See also: monitor, overhear, spy
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More than 170 apps vulnerable to the Eavesdropper are still live in app stores including the Google Play Store and Apple's App Store.
An eavesdropper, who knows both the protocol and the function f, listens to the communication to obtain information about f(X, Y).
In other words, to an arbitrary eavesdropper, the non-ignorable interference is generated by AN.
The experiment assumes that the eavesdropper has infinite computing power but limited quantum memory and so can't collect lots of information over time about the messages and put it all together to crack the code.
In practical scenarios, however, the eavesdropper is probably passive, so it might be difficult to attain its instantaneous CSI due to the absence of feedback.
The second relay was used to create intentional interference at eavesdropper nodes.
The Quantum Bit Travel Time--QBTT method [10] can be implemented in every type of quantum key distribution system and has the advantage that the Eavesdropper can be detected by Receiver, during the quantum transmission, after each transmitted qbit and it is not confused with errors caused by noise because noises does not induce time delays.
However, wirelessly transferring data from those sensors continues to be a security risk, and considerable energy must be used to encrypt and secure the data against eavesdroppers, draining valuable battery power.
Mahmood Al Zarooni, trainer of Eavesdropper, Debussy and Etched "Eavesdropper was having only his fourth career start last time and we were delighted with the run behind two top-class horses.
I am not an eavesdropper, but people are now extremely kind when talking on their telephones, to share their lives with the whole of the bus" - cartoonist and novelist Posy Simmonds.
In chapter four, on Wilkie Collins's The Woman in White, Gaylin focuses her analysis on the female narrator who, she believes, transgresses social boundaries both by being an eavesdropper and by exercising narrative agency over the stories of her fellow characters.
Al Qaida sends coded messages in little-known languages to baffle any eavesdropper.