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Applet

In computing, an application program that has one and only one function. Very often, an applet is a small part of a larger application.
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Platform independent timing of Java virtual machine bytecode instructions.
Now let consider JWA-attacks (tampering the Java Virtual Machine in such a way it returns a maliciously-selected digest).
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The router features: over-the-air WEB GUI interface for configuration; multiple interface connectivity via four serial ports, dual Ethernet, Wi-Fi support; VPN, firewall, DHCP, DNS and NAT routing capabilities; optional GPS receiver functionality; network flexibility, with carrier-approved USB cellular adapters; as well as support for programming in a Linux OS, J2ME (IBMJ9) Java Virtual Machine and OSGI (Eclipse) framework.
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announced recently the availability of aicas' JamaicaVM realtime Java Virtual Machine (JVM) for Green Hills Software's INTEGRITY RTOS.
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