Protector is an add-in for Sendmail and other Unix mail servers that strips attachments types that could contain viruses or other "active content" from incoming email. It works on the pessimistic but safe paradigm of only allowing specified attachment types through; all others are blocked.
GPL virus-blocking E-mail filter. Does not require commercial virus scanners, and is maintenance-free . Anti-virus solution for unix mail servers - including linux and solaris with sendmail and postfix .
The Protector Guardian is one of the 16 role variants the Keirsey Temperament Sorter is based on. David Keirsey originally described the Protector role variant; however, the personality descriptions of Isabel Myers contributed to its development. Protectors correlate with the ISFJ Myers-Briggs type.
a person appointed under the Trust Deed whom the Trustees can consult when administering the Trust, and in particular cases from whom the Trustees must seek consent before carrying out certain transactions
Clients may choose to appoint a protector to their trust. The role of the protector is to assist and sometimes supervise the trustee. These powers are set out in the trust deed. The protector is normally a close family friend or adviser of the settlor.
The Protector is the head of the fictional nation of the Taurian Concordat, in the Battle Tech universe. He/She is traditionally a CalderÃ³n, although from 3062 onward it is not a Calderon in the TC proper. The post is similar to that of a King, although there is a Supreme Court that can overrule his decisions.
The Protector is an Israeli crewless surface watercraft, developed in 2001. It is equipped with a stabilized gun, electro-optic and radar sensors, and water jet propulsion. The ship is 31 feet in length, and weighs four tons.
Protector was a videogame developed by Tom Malinowski with artwork by Q-bert's Jeff Lee for the arcade game company Gottlieb. It was also known by numerous other names during its development and test including Argus and Videoman.
A cardinal, from one of the more considerable Roman Catholic nations, who looks after the interests of his people at Rome; also, a cardinal who has the same relation to a college, religious order, etc.