A Trojan horse is a non-self-replicating type of malware which appears to perform a desirable function but instead drops a malicious payload, often including a backdoor allowing unauthorized access to the target's computer.
Have we brought Satan's "Trojan horse" into the Church and followed philosophies that aren't really from the Bible? This 1-minute devotion is an introduction to a 4 part series. Double click image to read it.
Fabulous equine design in brushed gold tone metal! This is a well-crafted brooch with substantial weight and artistic style. Trojan horses, with an Art Deco styled mane, are in profile as a coordinated group, leaping in unison. Polished gold tone metal defines the tails, hooves and midline. The detailing on the head is intricate. Has the qualities of the type of brooches produced officially by museums, but is surprisingly unsigned.
ca. 670 BCE. Detail showing the oldest known depiction of the Trojan Horse. (Note the warriors peeking out through portholes in the horse’s side.) The Mykonos vase, a pithos, is the earliest dated object (Archaic period, ca. 670 BC) which depicts the Trojan Horse during the Trojan War. It was found in 1961 on Mykonos in Greece, for which it is named, by a local islander.