Slammer in a sentence as a noun

Whereas with exile you get thrown in the slammer just for coming back.

This somehow reminds me of the slammer SQL worm.

Probably a bug, since I am still getting hit byt SQL slammer on our IDS.

Worst case for a negligent violation would be Dr. Mori himself spending time in the slammer.

The courts will happily throw as many "hackers" as there can possibly be into the slammer.

I think that he's an arrogant little bastard and a few years in the slammer is just what he needs to teach him about the consequences of hubris.

That's a nice theory, but there's a news article every fortnight these days about someone getting chucked in the slammer for a casual, jokey remark on twitter being interpreted as a "terrorist threat".

If you do that on their systems, you are not only liable for damages, you can also do some time in the slammer for computer intrusion and hacking, no matter how trivial you make it to disable the application.

Slammer definitions


a person who closes things violently; "she's a dramatic slammer of doors"


a correctional institution used to detain persons who are in the lawful custody of the government (either accused persons awaiting trial or convicted persons serving a sentence)

See also: jail jailhouse gaol clink poky pokey