Harmful Code definition

Harmful Code means any: (a) virus, trojan horse, worm, backdoor or other software or hardware devices the effect of which is to permit unauthorized access to, or to disable, erase, or otherwise harm, any computer, systems or software; or (b) time bomb, drop dead device, or other software or hardware device designed to disable a computer program automatically with the passage of time or under the positive control of any Person, or otherwise prevent, restrict or impede the State's or any Authorized User's use of such software.
Harmful Code means any software, hardware, device or other technology, including any virus, worm, malware, or other malicious computer code, the purpose or effect of which is to (a) permit unauthorized access to, or to destroy, disrupt, disable, distort, or otherwise harm or impede any (i) computer, software, firmware, hardware, system, or network; or (ii) any application or function of any of the foregoing or the security, integrity, confidentiality, or use of any data Processed thereby; or (b) prevent Customer or any Authorized User from accessing or using the Solutions as intended by this Agreement.
Harmful Code means any software intentionally designed to (i) disrupt, disable, harm, or impede operation, or (ii) impair operation based on the lapse of time, including but not limited to viruses, worms, time bombs, time locks, drop-dead devices, access codes, security keys, back doors, or trap door devices.

Examples of Harmful Code in a sentence

  • Vendor warrants that Vendor Systems are and will remain free of Harmful Code and that by integrating, connecting or arranging access between CWT Systems and Vendor Systems, Vendor shall under no circumstances introduce Harmful Code into any CWT System.


More Definitions of Harmful Code

Harmful Code means any computer code, software routine, or programming device designed to (a) disable, disrupt, impair, delete, damage, corrupt, reprogram, recode or modify in any way a computer processing system, computer network, computer service, a deliverable for any of the foregoing, interface, data, files, software, storage media, or computer or electronic hardware or equipment (sometimes referred to as a “Trojan horse,” “worm,” “virus”, “preventative routine,” “disabling code,” or “cookiedevices); (b) impair in any way the operation of any of the foregoing based on the elapsing of a period of time, advancement of a particular date or other numeral (sometimes referred to as “time bombs,” “time locks,” or “drop dead” devices); or (c) permit a non-authorized party to access, transmit or utilize, as appropriate, any computer processing system, computer network, computer service, deliverable for any of the foregoing, interface, data, files, software, storage media, or computer or electronic hardware or equipment without proper consent (sometimes referred to as “lockups,” “traps,” “access codes,” or “trap door” devices); or (d) any other similar harmful or hidden procedures, routines or mechanisms.
Harmful Code means any computer code, programming instruction or set of instructions that is intentionally and specifically constructed with the ability to damage, interfere with or otherwise adversely affect computer programs, data files or hardware without the consent or intent of the computer user. This definition includes but is not limited to self-propagating programming instructions commonly called viruses or worms.
Harmful Code means any program, routine, device or other feature, such as but not limited to any “back door,” “drop dead device,” “Trojan Horse,” “virus,” “worm,” “spyware,” or “adware” (as such terms are commonly understood in the technology industry) or any other code designed or intended to have, or capable of performing or facilitating, any of the following functions: (a) disrupting, disabling, harming, or otherwise impeding in any manner the operation of, or providing unauthorized access to, a computer system or network or other device on which such code is stored or installed; or (b) compromising the privacy or data security of a user or damaging or destroying any data or file without the user’s consent.
Harmful Code means software or other technology, including any virus, worm, malware or other malicious computer code, the purpose or effect of which is to permit unauthorized access to, or to destroy, disrupt, disable, distort, or otherwise harm or impede, any computer, software, database, system or network.
Harmful Code means any computer code or other mechanism of any kind designed to disrupt, disable or harm in any manner the operation of any Software or hardware or other business processes or to misuse, gain unauthorized access to or misappropriate any business or personal information, including worms, bombs, backdoors, clocks, timers, or other disabling device code, or designs or routines that cause Software or information to be erased, inoperable, or otherwise incapable of being used, either automatically or with passage of time or upon command.
Harmful Code means any program routine, device or other feature, that is not documented in the Company Productstechnical documentation, that is designed to delete, disable, interfere with, perform unauthorized modifications to, or provide unauthorized access to any Software or Company Product.