PUA

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AcronymDefinition
PUAPick Up Artist
PUAPrivate Use Area (Unicode E000-F8FF)
PUAPublic Utilities Authority (Israel)
PUAPotentially Unwanted Application (antivirus software)
PUAPaid-Up Additions (life insurance)
PUAProfiling User Agent
PUAPeri-Urban Authority (Swaziland)
PUAPacket Uplink Assignment (GPRS)
PUAProfile User Agent
PUAPotentiell Unerwünschten Anwendungen (German)
PUAPrimeras Lineas Uruguayas de Navegacion Aerea, Uruguay (ICAO code)
PUAPlataforma per a la Unitat d'Acció (Platform for the Unity of Action; Catalan nationalist activist group)
PUAPiano Utilizzo Agronomico (Italian: Agronomy Use Plan)
PUAProbabilistic Uncertainty Analysis
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Deep learning model detects known and unknown malware and potentially unwanted applications (PUAs) before they execute, without relying on signatures
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