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 Definition Techniques and equipment that divert hostile traffic, entering a computer network, to a place where they will not disturb production, and can be analyzed with appropriate forensics and diagnostics [d] [e]
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Not the most common use of "sinkhole"

Hi Howard--interesting, I never knew that "sinkhole" had any meaning other than the common one. Perhaps sinkhole should be a disambiguation page; at any rate, this article should live at sinkhole (computers) or something suitable like that. --Larry Sanger 12:31, 15 September 2008 (CDT)

You're right. There is sinkhole (geologic), although some of my recreational boater friends say boat: sinkhole for money. Any geologists in the house to properly define the ground sinkholeHoward C. Berkowitz 12:48, 15 September 2008 (CDT)