ARP (Address Resolution Protocol) – Why is it important?

Protocols

ARP (Address Resolution Protocol) is a fundamental networking protocol that plays a crucial role in allowing devices to communicate on a...

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Ping of Death (PoD) – What is it, and how does it work? 

DDoS, Protection

Ping of Death sounds pretty scary, and it can bring down your server and keep it that way for an extended period of time using a simple...

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What is a Teardrop attack, and how to protect ourselves?

Internet, Protection, Servers

The Teardrop attack is a cyber threat that should not be neglected. It could affect you or your organization and crash your systems....

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What is a Recursive DNS server?

DNS

When you browse the internet, you don’t write IP addresses to go to the pages you want; you just write the domain. In the...

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DDoS attacks and how to protect ourselves

DNS

DDoS Attacks are widespread threats on the internet. With the continually increasing numbers of connected devices and new innovative ways...

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What is an IPv6 address? [Fully explained]

DNS, Internet

Introduction  IPv6 represents the newer generation of technology and development. The older version of IP – IPv4 is still very...

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