Unparched vs Unpatched - What's the difference?
As adjectives the difference between unparched and unpatched
is that unparched
is (obsolete) dried up; withered by heat while unpatched
is not fitted with patches.
(obsolete) Dried up; withered by heat.
- My tongue unparched. — Richard Crashaw.
* 1868 , Sir Charles Wentworth Dilke, Greater Britain (volume 2, page 93)
- unparched cornmeal
- To one fresh from the baked Australian plains, there is likeness between any green and humid land and the last unparched country that he may have seen.
Not fitted with patches.
(computing) For which a patch is not yet available.
* 2007 , Harris et al'', ''Gray Hat Hacking: The Ethical Hacker's Handbook
- ragged, unpatched jeans
(computing) Not patched; to which a patch has not been applied.
* 2003 , Derek Vadala, Managing RAID on Linux
- Microsoft is actually pretty good about warning users about active attacks abusing unpatched vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer.
- When working with kernel patches, it's a good idea to apply them to a clean, unpatched kernel.