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  • Brute force attack [r]: An attempt to break a cipher by trying all possible keys; long enough keys make this impractical. [e]
  • Client-server [r]: A protocol model for networking, in which the client always initiates requests for service, and the server only responds to request [e]
  • Compiler [r]: A program that translates a human-readable instructions into machine instructions. [e]
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  • Multi-core [r]: Add brief definition or description
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