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A daemon is a software process which, when starts, continues to run in the background. Daemons are often used on Linux / Unix systems for monitoring and for server applications - e.g. web server, database server, etc.

Data is raw bits, bytes, characters stored by and retrieved from a computer system. See also: information and knowledge.


Sensitive information should be protected. Here are some classifications.

  • Non-Sensitive
    • Public
    • Routine Business Information (RBI)
  • Sensitive
    • Personal, Private
    • Classified

A data dump is an export / extract of records from a database into a file.

A database (DB) is a method of storage data. Database management systems (DBMS) are applications which store databases. Structured databases are in common use for most purposes. Cube databases are suited to data mining. Microsoft SQL, MySQL and Oracle are examples of DBMS.

See: Database

Denial of Service (DoS) is a hacking attack which denies people with access to a service. For example, overloading a website, or locking a user out with multiple login attempts.

For project management and software development, deply means to release the product.


See: Denial of Service


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