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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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However, the happening at the same time of proper receivers and eavesdroppers in the equivalent network may turn the legitimate responding information of receivers be vulnerable to security attacks, although cooperative communication technology has published several technical advantages [4].
Moreover, because of the characteristics of the device itself, the eavesdropper can not be detected whether it is in cable communications or in optical fiber communications.
Eavesdropper is an especially troublesome problem for a number of reasons.
An eavesdropper, who knows both the protocol and the function f, listens to the communication to obtain information about f(X, Y).
A mobile eavesdropper is like an unexpected risk to the communication process of legitimate users.
The eavesdropper doesn't know the equation, which acts like a key.
He was recruited hoping to be a spy but is stuck as an eavesdropper desperate for fieldwork.
However, for relay systems with security concerns, the beamforming technique needs to exploit the channel information of both the destination and the eavesdropper. And the objective is no longer the received SNR at the destination but the secrecy capacity.
The scope and net of "Voice Studies" is deliberately wide ranging across different culures' use of choral/vocal performance, specific Alexandrian Technique influenced voice training, artistic performances of vocal works both spoken and sung, the examination of voice from varying viewpoints of composer, listener, and eavesdropper, and voice technology and mobile apps.
The maximum rate at which a source can transmit to its destination in the presence of an eavesdropper, called secrecy capacity, is [C.sub.s] = max{0, [C.sub.d]-[C.sub.e]}, where [C.sub.d] and [C.sub.e], which indicates the capacity of the link between the source and the destination as well as the capacity of the link between the source and the eavesdropper, respectively.
National Security Agency (NSA), the notorious eavesdropper, has made a breakthrough in spying technique by embedding surveillance software in hard drives made by top manufactures, according to Kaspersky Lab, the Moscow-based security software maker.