Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2000


The process of making information indecipherable to protect it from unauthorized viewing or use, especially during network transmission or when it is stored on a transportable magnetic medium.
A widely used LAN developed by Xerox, Digital, and Intel. Ethernet networks connect up to 1,024 nodes at 10 megabits per second over twisted pair, coaxial cable, and optical fiber.
extension mode snap-in
A snap-in that provides functionality only when invoked by a parent snap-in. Extension snap-ins can add nodes to the namespace, or just extend existing nodes with new menus, toolbars, property pages, wizards, or Help.