Masking in a sentence as a noun

Yes, the security concern has been fixed using masking.

Theyre masking new features with creative variable/method names.

In short, the standard approach of masking and shifting is not the only way to deal with non-byte-aligned fields.

I feel pretty double about VPN as a solution for masking my online activities.

Am I the only one here not seeing this as propaganda with nicely worded articles masking a lot of the reality here?

Maybe someone could explain the original security concern, and how masking is able to address that concern?

When you access Tor, you're masking your origin IP to the remote address by trusting one of a couple hundred volunteer exit nodes who raised their hands and said "Trust me!

"Thus, a carefully-designed acoustic noise generator would be required for masking the leakage.

I expect the current masking of comments will provide less biased voting, so I think displaying comment scores on stories that are more than two months old would eventually provide the best of both worlds.

But the implementation details - the hashing by masking the address, and only having a few slots available for things that hash to the same bucket - are actually important, as shown here.

So with every release of the OS, I had the job of locating all the places that the interrupt masking took place in the OS and changing the instruction so that it wouldn't mask the timer interrupt.

It usually involves some "hip" but impractical course from a fancily named company who are masking over the fact that 90% of successful gardening is digging a hole and watering.

I appreciate that this will give copyright infringers the ability to know whether their attempts at masking their identities are proving sufficient without a lot of risk to them.

I'm frankly more interested in the guy who blew up during the dot com boom and who is currently some random employee at some random company, with a past filled with mistakes - frankly you'd learn more from his actual failures, than from Thiel's failure masking success.

And when the standard for prosecution essentially requires that the defense acts like a comic book villain --or at least plainly writes down their intent, rather than masking it-- it really isn't a surprise that the courts are unable to convict over criminal charges.

I don't know how to respond to the idea of closing recycling centers, but having lived in Michigan where the can redemption system is functioning, it feels like keeping recycling centers open to help homeless people have an income is masking the harder problem, which is what do we do to help these people get work and stop relying on entrepreneurial trash collection as a living?

Masking definitions


the act of concealing the existence of something by obstructing the view of it; "the cover concealed their guns from enemy aircraft"

See also: cover covering screening


the blocking of one sensation resulting from the presence of another sensation; "he studied auditory masking by pure tones"


scenery used to block the audience's view of parts of the stage that should not be seen