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Network protocols

In order for computers to communicate with one another, standard methods of information transfer and processing have been devised. These are referred to as “protocols” and some of the more common ones such as TCP, IP, POP, SMTP, HTTP, and FTP are discussed here. 319 more words

What is Managed File Transfer? Why do we need it in the internet age?

Many companies, both large and small, have data transfer challenges they need to resolve. One of the areas they are at risk is the transfer of files within the business process. 423 more words

Data Integration

Mass File Distribution Using Multicasting

Introduction
Multicasting has it’s pros and cons just like everything else. But it is often an overlooked solution to a common business problem which is: How do I transfer a file to multiple (subscribed) locations at the same time? 2,374 more words

Centos

Feds Issue Bulletin on Google Dorking

Feds Issue Bulletin on Google Dorking | Public Intelligence

 

A bulletin issued by the Department of Homeland Security, the FBI and the National Counterterrorism Center earlier this month warns law enforcement and private security personnel that malicious cyber actors can use “advanced search techniques” to discover sensitive information and other vulnerabilities in websites.  512 more words

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TFTP - TRIVIAL FILE TRANSFER PROTOCOL (Explanation With Diagrams)

What is TFTP???

Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) is an Internet software utility for transferring files that is simpler to use than the File Transfer Protocol (FTP) but less capable. 371 more words

File Transfer

Configuring and Installing VSFTPD on CentOS 6

Introduction
FTP Servers have been around for a very long time. On could easily argue that they aren’t always the best option to choose anymore. But for those dealing with legacy systems, the FTP protocol provides one the easiest ways to share and distribute files across external systems. 2,934 more words

Centos

How to Publish your website

When you have the look and content in your website it’s time to publish it, first of all you need to buy a domain name. I can recommend that you use this website to buy your domain… 187 more words

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