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Title : Hamlet, Prince of Denmark
Writers : Andrew Strader, Nick Nicolas, William Shakespeare
Year : 1996
Rating : 2.6667 for 3 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : Niall Johnson Rating : 3
Review : Quite a tongue twister. It's saving grace is that the English (translation?) is on the opposite page to keep one from being lost. Probably not something you'd stage outside of a convention, but a lot of fun to read!
Reviewer : dFNADw4RBxs Rating : 3
Review : I read your pontisg and was jealous
Reviewer : g5TmO89AhnJ Rating : 2
Review : If I am tasked with elniinateimg threats, in the case of The Karate Kid, I don't think Daniel would be very appreciative if I eliminated his head, his ankle, or his nuts. Now if I eliminated the risk of him getting kicked in any of those places by eliminating the threat (Johnny), he might actually get some bass in his voice.While the Computer Security example Mango suggests makes sense, I would be careful as defining a threat as a "circumstance or event" because that gets very close to a type of vulnerability. For example, race conditions are circumstances in which events occur out of sequence, which is a type of vulnerability, not a threat. The system runs the risk of exploitation via the vulnerability. All it would require is a person or persons with the capability or intent to do so, hence the threat.I would say that a attacker/threat agent is an instance of a threat, in the same relationship as a superclass (threat) is to an instantiated sub-class. Just my 2 cents...
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