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DEPDeputy
DEPDeposit
DEPData Execution Prevention (computer security)
DEPDepartment of Environmental Protection
DEPDeployed (US DoD)
DEPDependent
DEPDeparture
DEPDepot
DEPDeposition
DEPDiplôme d'Etudes Professionnelles (French: Professional Studies Diploma)
DEPDipartimento di Economia Politica (Italian: Department of Economic Policy)
DEPDevice Enrollment Program (Apple)
DEPDillinger Escape Plan (band)
DEPDevelopment and Emergency Practice (degree; UK)
DEPDevelopment Education Project
DEPDivision de l'Enseignement Privé (French: Division of Private Education)
DEPDivision des Établissements Privés (French: Private Institutions Division)
DEPDisease Education Program (various organizations)
DEPDelta Epsilon Phi (German student honor society)
DEPDiethyl Phthalate
DEPDielectrophoresis
DEPDonor Egg Program (fertility)
DEPDepartment
DEPData Execution Prevention
DEPDescanse En Paz (Spanish: Rest in Peace)
DEPDirection de l'Education Permanente (French: Department of Further Education; est. 1974)
DEPDraka Elevator Products
DEPDiagnostic Environnement Prévention (French: Environment Prevention Diagnostics)
DEPDimanche de l'Eglise Persécutée (French: Sunday of the Persecuted Church)
DEPDébit Expiratoire de Pointe (French: peak expiratory flow)
DEPDesign Eye Position (human-machine user interface)
DEPDistributed Engineering Plant
DEPDepth-Of-Field Exposure Program (Canon)
DEPDisability Education Program (Australia)
DEPDisplaced Employee Program
DEPDesert Eagle Pistol
DEPData Entry Panel
DEPDisability Equality Partnership (UK)
DEPDesign and Engineering Practice
DEPDistal Embolic Protection (cardiology)
DEPDisney's Electrical Parade
DEPDroit de l'Environnement dans la Pratique (French)
DEPDesignated Export Point (shipping)
DEPDevelopment Education Programme
DEPDeaf Empowerment Program
DEPDeflection Error Probable
DEPData Encryption Peripheral
DEPDraft Equipment Publication
DEPDefense Enterprise Program
DEPData Encryption Processor
DEPDelayed Enlistment/Entry Program (US DoD)
DEPDomestic Emergency Preparedness (FEMA)
DEPDegressive Error Protection (algorithm)
DEPDivision des Etudes et de la Prospective (French: Division of Studies and Forecasting)
DEPDocument Enterprise Platform
DEPDirectory Enabled Provisioning
DEPDistributed Engineering Plan
DEPDigital Envelope Pre-Distorter (microwave theory)
DEPDual Element Pump
DEPDesign External Pressure
DEPDevelopment and Environmental Project (Tanzania)
DEPDescending Evoked Potential (neurophysiological intraoperative monitoring)
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It does no validation or signing of firmware updates, no secure boot, no cellular authentication, no secure communications or encryption, no data execution prevention or attack mitigation technologies...
Data Execution Prevention (DEP) and Address Space Layout Randomisation (ASLR)
The attack leverages a previously unknown "use after free" vulnerability - data corruption that occurs after memory has been released - and bypasses both Windows DEP (Data Execution Prevention) and ASLR (Address Space Layout Randomization) protections, according to FireEye.
Data Execution Prevention DEP or Data Execution Prevention feature on Windows 8 or 8.1 affects SIMS 3 Ambitions EP (http://en.kioskea.net/forum/affich-106643-sims-3-crashing) according to some report.
It can also flag processes that don't mark memory regions as non-executable (NX), which could result in the bypassing of the Data Execution Prevention (DEP) Windows security feature.
ASLR when paired with another important security step known as data execution prevention or DEP and information leak prevention effectively fortifies Android 4.1 Jelly Bean's security armour by several degree.
"It won't be trivial, but it's not the Holy Grail of computing, either," he said.<p>In , Microsoft offered up several ways that users could protect their PCs until a patch is available, ranging from turning on the DEP (data execution prevention) security feature in IE6 and IE7, to boosting the browsers' security settings -- something that would block JavaScript.
When combined with the Data Execution Prevention technology found in Windows XP SP2, EVP not only identifies certain malicious code, specifically those that execute buffer overflow attacks, but also prevents them from replicating and spreading throughout the system.
The problem, said Branco, is that while Windows XP includes the DEP (data execution prevention) defensive technology — Microsoft added DEP to XP in 2004 with Service Pack 2 — it's not switched on by default.
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