With the will to do it, the United States--that is, the White House--can now eliminate undesirables anywhere in the world by means of the unmanned aerial vehicle, or drone, with over 2,300 remote executions so far.
What does REXEC stand for?
REXEC stands for Remote Execution
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Request to Exit (security)
- Requisition Exception Code
- REST-Enabled XHTML
- Retour d'Expérience (French)
- REXX Script (file extension)
- Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mexico - General Lucio Blanco Airport (Airport Code)
- Rheintal-Express (Germany)
- Routine Exercise
- Rurtal-Express (Germany)
- Regional Executive Director (Canada)
- Remote Execution Command Daemon (computer science)
- REX-Performance-Index (German bond performance index)
- Rede Experimental de Pacotes (Portuguese: Experimental Network Package)
- Radar Exploitation Report
- Recoverable Exercise Torpedo (US DoD)
- Restructured Extended Executor Language
- REXX Language Association
- Real Earnings Yield (investing)
- Religious Education for Youth
Samples in periodicals archive:
As vulnerabilities go, this kind is the most serious as it allows remote execution of code.
The new release also provides options for allowing or denying permissions for remote execution on a user or group basis and displaying a message of the day that can communicate alerts and other critical information when users log onto the server.
The other is concerned with application management and the remote execution and launch of third-party software so that, for example, a system administrator can synchronize applications by forcing a Lotus Notes replication remotely.
Of course, lurking in the background is an alternative scenario that Intel doesn't much like: the Network Computer, essentially a dumb terminal that relies on a remote server for streaming video and audio content, remote execution of software (except perhaps local Java applets), and remote data storage.