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 n.— «The two researchers used an open-source 802.11 hacking tool called LORCON to throw zillions of wireless packets at different wireless cards, a hacker technique called fuzzing. The attack can cause programs to fail, or perhaps even run unauthorized software when they are bombarded with unexpected data.» —“Buggy WLAN device drivers threaten laptops” by John Cox NetworkWorld June 22, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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