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Meaning of FLASH

Pronunciation:  flash

 
Matching Terms:  flash back, flash boiler, flash burner, flash butt welding, flash camera, flash card, flash eprom, flash erasable programmable read-only memory, flash evaporator, flash flood, flash in the pan, flash lamp, flash memory, flash point, flash rom, flash welding, flashback, flashboard, flashboard riser, flashboarding, flashbulb, flashcard, flasher, flashflood, flash-forward, flash-freeze, flash-frozen, flashgun, flashily, flashiness, flashing, flashlight, flashlight battery, flashlight fish, flashover, flashpoint, flashy, flask, flasket, flaskful

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 Definition: 
  1. (Or "Shockwave Flash") A file format for delivering interactive vector graphics and animation on the world-wide web, developed by macromedia.

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  2. 1. A program which allows one to flood another unix user's terminal with garbage, through exploiting a common security hole in the victim's host's talk daemon. Users with "messages off" (mesg n) and users on systems running fixed talk daemons, or not running talk daemons at all, are immune.

    2. See flash erasable programmable read-only memory.

 
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