Glitches: A glitch refers to a short-term fault in a system. It can cause unexpected errors or behavior in a computer program, which can be caused by a software bug or hardware issue.
Echoes: An echo in computing is a signal that is repeated or reflected back in a different form than it was originally sent. It can be caused by hardware or software errors, or by intentional design in certain types of communications systems.
‘Melting the server’ crash: This is a slang term used to describe a computer crash that is so catastrophic it appears to melt or destroy the hardware of the computer or the server that it is running on. It can be caused by a virus, a power surge, or a hardware failure.