Time bomb (disambiguation)

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A time bomb is an explosive device composed of a power source, detonator, explosive charge, and a timer which substitutes for a fuse or trigger.

Time bomb may also refer to:

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Timebomb

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In software[edit]

  • Time bomb (software), a computer program that has been written in such a way that it will stop functioning after a certain fixed date or time is reached
  • Time bomb (aka logic bomb), a program or routine which causes damage when certain rare, or triggered conditions occur or a certain time elapses
  • Timebomb (video game), a game for the 16K ZX Spectrum computer