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in international law, to taint with crime or illegality; to expose to penalty or subject to forfeiture.
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The one on the right is assumed to be an infector who emits pathogen-laden droplets, and the other is the receiver, also called the co-occupant.
In the present study, the volumetric fraction of inhaled air that was exhaled by infectors was calculated as
(1978) in order to derive the Wells-Riley equation: infectious period of the infector, disease examined is exclusively airborne, infection confers lasting immunity, subclinical cases are neglected, and biological decay of aerosolized microorganism was neglected (perfectly mixed environment, steady-state concentration of airborne infection throughout the exposure period, and neglecting other removal mechanisms except ventilation).
The mechanism depends on captures all the packets synchronization with successful replica from the infector to the victim TSA works when the worm is detected by IFCA, then internet worm signature can be detected by using traffic signature monitor.
This is a polymorphic file infector which modifies executable files (.exe and .scr) appending its encrypted body at the end of files in a newly created section.
BitDefender noted that file infectors replaced the mass e-mailed viruses which were the main concern during the first quarter this year, with only the Netsky.P virus remaining in the top ten malware category for May.
The myth of the bisexual infector? HIV risk and men who have sex with men and women.
Rugrat, as Symantec and McAfee named the virus, is a file infector considered to be low risk.
These populations were evaluated under field conditions for rust and LLS following infector row screening technique (Subrahmanyam et al., 1995)
Whenever a JPEG file, or a file with a .jpg extension is opened, the infector appends the virus to the end of the file before the image is displayed via the user's preferred image viewer.
Perhaps e-sickness, unlike the real thing, is not an equal opportunity infector.