Definitions for "Trojan"
Of or pertaining to ancient Troy or its inhabitants.
A native or inhabitant of Troy.
One who shows the pluck, endurance, determined energy, strength, or the like, attributed to the defenders of Troy; -- used chiefly or only in the phrase like a Trojan; as, he endured the pain like a Trojan; he studies like a Trojan.
An object orbiting in the Lagrange points of another (larger) object. This name derives from a generalization of the names of some of the largest asteroids in Jupiter's Lagrange points. Saturn's moons Helene, Calypso and Telesto are also sometimes called Trojans.
In astronomy, the adjective Trojan refers to asteroids or moons that share the same orbit as a larger planet or moon, but does not collide because it orbits within one of the two Lagrangian points of stability, L4 and L5, which results in it always orbiting 60° ahead of or behind the larger object.
Keywords:  someway, manipu, vsen, cidaemon, pdh
an application designed in someway to take remote control of a system
a piece of code that is designed install other software to let others access a system via some kind of back-door or rootkit
a piece of software designed to enter a system by means of stealth
Manufacturer of flooded cell traction batteries. Popular and (relatively) inexpensive, Trojans seem to be the default choice for converters.
The Church & Dwight Co. manufacture a line of condoms under the brand name Trojan.
Trojan was a British automobile manufacturer; the eponymous marque thereof was produced between 1914 and 1974.
Trojan, known as Tatakai no Banka(闘いの挽歌) or "Requiem for War" in Japan, is a 2D, side scrolling video game similar to Tiger Road, or Kung Fu. It was developed by Capcom and released in the United States in 1986 by Romstar. The game was most recently included as part of the Capcom Classics Collection for the Play Station 2 and Xbox.
Keywords:  troll, troubleshooting
troll troubleshooting
Keywords:  critter, different
a somewhat different critter
a SAIT Athlete with courageous determination and fighting spirit
Keywords:  backdoor, see
See Backdoor
West Yorkshire Consortium of FE colleges.
Keywords:  intrusion, method, system
a method of intrusion into a system