Write-Once, Read-Many (WORM)
Definition - What does Write-Once, Read-Many (WORM) mean?
Write-Once, Read-Many (WORM) is a data storage technology mechanism that stores unerasable and/or unmodifiable information after it has been written on a drive. The data is stored on WORM devices. These device disks store data in a non-rewritable format to prevent users from accidentally erasing or altering sensitive information.WORM is also known as Write Once, Run Anywhere (WORA).
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