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    • Application Layer

      Application Layer

      The application layer of a software is a protocol that is used for communication between a software and the network layers that it uses. The application layer allows a computer’s network to interpret requests made by the program and allows the program to interpret data from the network. Likewise, the application layer ensures that both

    • Cyber Warfare

      Cyber Warfare

      Cyber warfare refers to a massively coordinated digital assault on a government by another, or by large groups of citizens. Estonia was subject to this kind of attack in 2006. The conflict apparently stemmed from a decision by the Estonian government to move a Soviet-era monument to another location, an action resented and protested against

    • How to Make Wireless Internet Faster

      How to Make Wireless Internet Faster

      Wireless Internet has numerous advantages, but there are also certain limitations. For example,  your computer has to be within the range of wireless broadcasters like routers and WiFi hotspots. Sometimes your computer may be in the range of one of these broadcasters, known as “wireless access points”, but it may not be getting much of

    • Ethernet Splitter

      Ethernet Splitter

      An Ethernet splitter can split a single Internet connection so that two or more computers can connect to the Internet simultaneously. It can also create additional connections for other computers on a network, which can reduce the overall amount of cabling required to setup a network. Unfortunately, Ethernet splitters cannot resolve the network collision issues

    • VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol)

      VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol)

      VoIP (Voice over IP) includes communication protocols, technologies and techniques of transmission used for multimedia sessions and voice communication via IP networks. Other terms used synonymously with ‘Voice over IP’ include broadband phone, voice over broadband and Internet telephony.  How Does VoIP Work? VoIP calls require media channel setup, analog voice signal digitalization, encoding, packeting

    • Wi-Fi Software Tools

      Wi-Fi Software Tools

      A wide variety of Wi-Fi software tools are available. These tools for Wi-Fi perform functions such as: Wireless network discovery Wireless network mapping Wireless network traffic analysis Wireless network RF signal strength monitoring Wireless network encryption cracking Wireless network custom frame generation Dictionary or brute force attacks against wireless networks Denial of Service (DoS) attacks

    • How to Use Telnet

      How to Use Telnet

      Telnet is a utility program that allows remote access to other computers if they are installed on a network or have access to the Internet. Telnet lets users run commands on the remote computer. It can execute commands faster than the Web and other popular remote computer access applications. Telnet is not widely used as

    • Coaxial Cable

      Coaxial Cable

      Coaxial cable, also called coax, is used to transmit radio frequency (RF) signals. It has low emission losses and provides protection from electromagnetic interference, allowing signals with low power to be transmitted over longer distances. Coaxial cable is comprised of an inner core, insulator, shield, and outer cover. It is called coaxial because these sections

    • RPC Server Unavailable

      RPC Server Unavailable

      An RPC (Remote Procedure Call) is a technique used in computer science that allows an application to contact a separate application or service within the same hard drive or on a remote location. While the application initiating the call is known as the “client,” the application or location that is being called is referred to

    • WLAN (Wireless Local Area Network)

      WLAN (Wireless Local Area Network)

      WLAN is a Wireless Local Area Network (LAN) that implements high frequency radio waves instead of wires to communicate and transmit data over a network. It is a supple data communication method put into practice as an expansion to or as a substitute for, a typical wired LAN. An Access Point joins wired and wireless

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