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  2. Army Knowledge Online - Wikipedia

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    Army Knowledge Online (AKO) provides web-based enterprise information services to the United States Army, joint, and Department of Defense customers. Enterprise services are provided to these customers on both classified and unclassified networks, and include portal, e-mail, directory, discovery, and single sign-on functionality.

  3. David Petraeus - Wikipedia

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    David Howell Petraeus (/ p ɪ ˈ t r eɪ. ə s /; born November 7, 1952) is a retired United States Army general and public official. He served as Director of the Central Intelligence Agency from September 6, 2011, until his resignation on November 9, 2012.

  4. Surayud Chulanont - Wikipedia

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    He is a former supreme commander of the Royal Thai Army and is currently Privy Councilor to King Vajiralongkorn. Surayud came from a military family, but his father defected from the Royal Thai Army to the Communist Party of Thailand when Surayud was a boy. Surayud joined the Thai Army and rose to power as an aide to General Prem Tinsulanonda.

  5. CryptoLocker - Wikipedia

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    Operation. CryptoLocker typically propagated as an attachment to a seemingly innocuous e-mail message, which appears to have been sent by a legitimate company. A ZIP file attached to an email message contains an executable file with the filename and the icon disguised as a PDF file, taking advantage of Windows' default behaviour of hiding the extension from file names to disguise the real .EXE ...

  6. Oxymoron - Wikipedia

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    An oxymoron (usual plural oxymorons, more rarely oxymora) is a figure of speech that juxtaposes concepts with opposing meanings within a word or phrase that creates an ostensible self-contradiction.

  7. Cyberwarfare - Wikipedia

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    Definition. There is ongoing debate over how cyberwarfare should be defined and no absolute definition is widely agreed upon. While the majority of scholars, militaries and governments use definitions which refer to state and state-sponsored actors, other definitions may include non-state actors, such as terrorist groups, companies, political or ideological extremist groups, hacktivists, and ...

  8. Trellix - Wikipedia

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    Trellix (formerly FireEye and McAfee Enterprise) is a privately held cybersecurity company founded in 2004. It has been involved in the detection and prevention of major cyber attacks. It provides hardware, software, and services to investigate cybersecurity attacks, protect against malicious software, and analyze IT security risks.

  9. Wayne, Illinois - Wikipedia

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    George C. Marshall, future U.S. Army Chief of Staff, U.S. Secretary of State, U.S. Secretary of Defense, and Nobel Peace Prize winner, lived in Wayne from 1935 to 1936; Joy Morton, founder of Morton Salt; president of Dunham Woods in the 1930s. Some of Joy's biggest accomplishments included building his salt business, planning city ...