hackee

IPA: hˈæki

noun

  • (US, dialect) The chickaree or red squirrel.
  • (US, dialect) The chipmunk.
  • (computing) The victim of a hacking attack; one whose computer system is broken into.

Examples of "hackee" in Sentences

  • “He sees himself as a user—and a hackee,” since his campaign Web site was itself compromised during the election in 2008.
  • “He sees himself as a user — and a hackee,” since his campaign Web site was itself compromised during the election in 2008.
  • The Black Knight sketch has also been mentioned in connection with this controversy – with opposing candidates for who is the hackee and who is the hacker.
  • It always lives in large villages, and Audubon, who opened some dwellings of the hackee in the winter, found several individuals in the same apartment; they must have stored it with common efforts.
  • The internet dial up pleading the electrocardiographic to cytoplasm and unselfconsciously utrillo onto beads hackee, euphonic gerbert as he airs from complaisance to voltaren, quicksilver kalemia lt.
  • Cuccinelli, wonder boy of the far right, has followed up on his victorious defense of heterosexuality by demanding that the University of Virginia turn over thousands of emails related to climate change hackee Michael Mann.
  • These were the grey, black, and red or fox varieties of the tree squirrel, and two species of ground squirrel -- one the common hackee, or chipping squirrel; while the other was a new species, which we had caught on the desert plain above, among the roots of the _artemisia_ plant.

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