Linux cURL Commands: Quick Tutorial

cURL is a command line interface tool used to download data from the internet. It is free to use, open source,  developed and maintained by thousands of contributors from all over the world. It supports numerous protocols such as HTTP, HTTPS, DICT, FILE, … Continue reading “Linux cURL Commands: Quick Tutorial”

Denial of Service Attack: Brief Tutorial

Denial of Service is a type of cyber attack in which an attacker floods the victim with a fake or useless traffic. As website hosted server’s resources are limited, these types of attack create a resource crunch for real or … Continue reading “Denial of Service Attack: Brief Tutorial”

Top 5 Real World Examples of Internet of Things (IoT)

Internet of things, in short IoT, is a new buzz word in the world. What is IoT? In simple terms, IoT is the network of connected physical devices, home appliances, transport vehicles etc. through sensors, embedded software, actuators etc. It … Continue reading “Top 5 Real World Examples of Internet of Things (IoT)”

What is Unified Threat Management?

Unified Threat Management, also abbreviated as UTM, is considered as a complete solution to cybersecurity. It provides a lot of security features which secures internal network from cyber threats. It is ideal for those who want a  single hardware device for … Continue reading “What is Unified Threat Management?”

What is Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP)?

In this article, I will discuss WEP. What is WEP? WEP is Wired Equivalent Privacy. As the name indicates, this encryption protocol helps in securing integrity and confidentiality of data in a wireless network. Important features of WEP IEEE 802.11 … Continue reading “What is Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP)?”

tshark: Basic Tutorial with Practical Examples

tshark is command line interface (CLI) tool used to capture and analyze network traffic. This can be used as a substitute of Wireshark if you enjoy working on black CLI screen. The complete manual of tshark available on the link: This … Continue reading “tshark: Basic Tutorial with Practical Examples”

CGI Scripts | Interview Questions & Answers

CGI is an acronym and it stands for Common Gateway Interface. Here are interview questions and answers on CGI scripts. Q1. What is CGI Script? Ans: CGI stands for Common Gateway Interface. It is a program that runs on the … Continue reading “CGI Scripts | Interview Questions & Answers”

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