Disabling Code

Example Definitions of "Disabling Code"
Disabling Code. Any clock, timer, counter, computer virus, worm, software lock, drop dead device, Trojan horse routine, trap door, time bomb, or any other unauthorized codes, designs, routines or instructions that may be used to access, modify, replicate, distort, delete, damage or disable any Electronic Channel, including any related hardware or software.
Disabling Code. Any Code that is intended to disrupt, modify, delete, damage, deactivate, disable, shut down, harm or otherwise impede in any manner, in whole or in part, the operation of any software, firm ware, hardware, computer system or network, including any device, method or token that permits any person to circumvent the normal security of the software containing such Code
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