Crossword clues for dmz
- Troop-free area (Abbr.)
- Site of tension between the Koreas
- Rhineland, per the post-WWI treaty
- Rhineland, in the '20s
- No-go area, in brief
- Neutral Korean area, for short
- Neutral area, for short
- Neutral area between warring countries, briefly
- Korean separator, briefly
- Korean no-man's-land
- Korean border area, for short
- Korea divider: Abbr
- GI-free buffer
- GI-free area
- Former Vietnam area mostly S. of the 17th parallel
- Buffer between N. and S. Korea
- Buffer area: Abbr
- Boundary at the 38th parallel, for short
- Border dispute area (abbr.)
- Army-free buffer area between enemy borders: Abbr
- Area where troops are prohibited: Abbr
- Area separating N. and S. Korea
- Area established by an armistice, for short
- Area between the two Koreas, briefly
- An armistice may create it (abbr.)
- No place for a base, in brief
- Area between N. and S. Korea
- Noncombat area, for short
- No man's land, in brief
- No man's land, briefly
- Part of Korea, for short
- One goes along the 38th parallel, briefly
- Area between the two Koreas, for short
- Middle ground, for short
- Part of a certain cease-fire agreement, for short
- Nonbelligerent mil. area
- Demilitarized area
- Area verboten to a G.I.
- Noncombat area: Abbr
- Neutral area between N. and S. Korea
- Korean buffer, for short
- Korea divider, briefly
- Area where troops are prohibited (Abbr.)
- '70s Boston punk band
- Where no fighting is allowed: abbr
- Where Korea's Truce Village is: Abbr
- Wartime buffer (abbr.)
- War-free area, briefly
- UN Security Council establishment
In computer security, a DMZ or demilitarized zone (sometimes referred to as a perimeter network) is a physical or logical subnetwork that contains and exposes an organization's external-facing services to a usually larger and untrusted network, usually the Internet. The purpose of a DMZ is to add an additional layer of security to an organization's local area network (LAN); an external network node only has direct access to equipment in the DMZ, rather than any other part of the network. The name is derived from the term " demilitarized zone", an area between nation states in which military operation is not permitted.
DMZ is a demilitarized zone, a buffer zone between military powers.
DMZ may also refer to:
DMZ is an American comic book series written by Brian Wood, with artwork by Wood and Riccardo Burchielli. The series is set in the near future, where a Second American Civil War has turned the island of Manhattan into a demilitarized zone (DMZ), caught between forces of the United States of America and secessionist Free States of America.
DMZ is published by DC Comics under their Vertigo imprint. It ran from November 2005 to February 2012, covering 72 issues that have also been collected in 12 trade paperback volumes.
DMZ was a first-wave American punk rock band from Boston, Massachusetts, strongly influenced by 1960s garage rock. In early 1976, Jeff Conolly (sometimes credited as J. Connally, Mono Mann, Monoman, Pokemonoman, etc.) stole the lead vocalist position in the nascent band by out-performing their singer at one of the band's practices. Along with his vocals he brought two things the band lacked: keyboards (an electric piano) and original songs.
Just over one year later, in April 1977, the band went into the recording studio with Craig Leon (who had produced the Ramones first album). Four songs from that session were released by Bomp! on a 7" vinyl EP. DMZ was signed by Sire Records and went to New York to record their debut album, produced by Flo & Eddie. One of the best known photographs of Bomp! founder Greg Shaw shows him holding this disc.
The EP was released in 1978 without much success and by the end of the year the group had splintered. Guitarists J. J. Rassler and Preston Wayne left to start the Odds, and Conolly, bassist Rick Coraccio and drummer Paul Murphy formed Lyres.
DMZ has re-formed periodically; a 1993 set appears on the Live at the Rat album (along with 8 tracks from a 1976 show).
Early drummer David Robinson (who had previously been in The Modern Lovers) left DMZ to join The Cars. Bassist Mike Lewis later joined the Lyres for a couple of years and later recorded with The A-Bones and Yo La Tengo. Guitarist Peter Greenberg later joined Lyres (band) Lyres and went on to found Barrence Whitfield and the Savages (band).
DMZ is the debut studio album by American punk rock band DMZ, released in 1978 by record label Sire.