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DEFINITION: Throttled data transfer, also known as throttling or lean data transfer, is the deliberate regulation of the data transfer rate in a communications system. Throttling can be used in any scenario where it is necessary or desirable to limit the amount of data that can be sent or received per unit time. Client throttling policies can ensure that server resources are proportionately shared among all sessions.  … 
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DATA TRANSMISSION STANDARDS DEFINITION (continued): …  Throttling policies can prevent clients from uploading or downloading excessively large email attachments or control the spread of malware by limiting the number of outbound connections a worm or virus can establish. (When used for this purpose, a data transfer throttling program is called a virus throttle or malware throttle.)Throttled data transfer can also be used by malicious hackers to conceal their activity. A sudden, unexplained, dramatic increase in data transfer rate would arouse thesuspicion of a wary administrator, but if the attacker throttled his data transfers, no abnormal "spike" … 
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