an attack in which a hacker - or a hacker's automated software - finds an unprotected computer and attempts to break in
Attacking the fire on its burning edge or close to it. A direct attack is usually made on a wildland fire that is moving slowly and is not too hot for firefighters to operate close to the fire's edge with equipment.
a simple attack without evasion of the opponent's blade.
Putting out a fire by applying water, smothering or chemically quenching the fire or by physically separating burning from unburned fuel.
Any treatment of burning fuel, such as by wetting, smothering, or chemically quenching the fire or by physically separating burning from unburned fuel.
A method of suppression that treats the fire at the burning edge, by wetting, cooling smothering, or chemically quenching the fire or by mechanically separating the fire from unburned fuel. Action is directly against or near the fire's edge.
"Putting the wet stuff on the red stuff." A form of fire attack in which hoses are advanced to the fire inside a structure and hose streams directed at the burning materials.