[2/27/24, 11:00 AM EST] CSRC has been experiencing technical issues. If you are unable to access a CSRC page or resource, or get a 503 error, please try reloading the page several times--it may help to wait a few minutes before trying again. We apologize for the inconvenience, and hope to have a solution in place next week.
NIST is striving to use more inclusive language. Although present in current NIST publications, this potentially biased term will no longer be used in NIST's new or revised cybersecurity and privacy publications. The deprecated term will be removed from this online glossary once it's no longer defined in a NIST publication.
Alternative language that NIST is using includes:
The process used to identify: (i) software programs that are not authorized to execute on an information system; or (ii) prohibited universal resource locators (URL)/websites.
A process used to identify software programs that are not authorized to execute on a system or prohibited Universal Resource Locators (URL)/websites.
NIST SP 800-171 Rev. 2