omelette

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An omelette.

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From French omelette, from alemette, from alemelle (knife blade), probably derived from la lemelle, from Latin lamella (thin plate).

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omelette (plural omelettes)

  1. A dish made with beaten eggs cooked in a frying pan without stirring, flipped over to cook on both sides, and sometimes filled or topped with cheese, chives or other foodstuffs.
  2. (computing) A form of shellcode that searches the address space for multiple small blocks of data ("eggs") and recombines them into a larger block to be executed.
    • 2015, Herbert Bos, ‎Fabian Monrose, ‎Gregory Blanc, Research in Attacks, Intrusions, and Defenses: 18th International Symposium
      This approach would be altered for an optimal omelette based exploit. One would spray the heap with the omelette code solely, then load a single copy of the additional shellcode eggs into memory outside the target region for the spray.

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French[edit]

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omelette f (plural omelettes)

  1. omelette

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Interlingua[edit]

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omelette (plural omelettes)

  1. omelette

Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from French omelette.

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omelette f (invariable)

  1. omelette

Portuguese[edit]

Noun[edit]

omelette f (plural omelettes)

  1. Alternative form of omelete