See also: Trojan, Trójan, and tröjan

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EtymologyEdit

From Trojan horse.

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trojan (plural trojans)

  1. (computing) Malware that appears to perform or actually performs a desired task for a user while performing a harmful task without the user's knowledge or consent.

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trojan (not comparable)

  1. (astronomy) Describing a satellite (moon or minor planet) that shares an orbit with another

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trojan (third-person singular simple present trojans, present participle trojaning, simple past and past participle trojaned)

  1. (computing, transitive) To infect (a system) with a trojan.

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trojan m (plural trojans)

  1. (computing, Anglicism) trojan, Trojan horse (computing)

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trojan m (definite singular trojanen, indefinite plural trojanar, definite plural trojanane)

  1. form removed by a 2016 spelling decision; superseded by trojanar

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trojan m (plural trojans)

  1. (computing) Trojan horse (malicious program disguised as legitimate software)
    Synonym: cavalo de Troia