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 Introduction to DNS

The Domain Name System, or DNS, is the means by which computers connected to the Internet get...

 Phishing - Protect your Identity and Finances

Phishing is the name given to an increasingly common type of spam (unsolicited emails) designed...

 Protecting Yourself Against Viruses & Data Loss

It is vital to ensure your computer is protected from viruses and trojans. As well as installing...

 Static IP vs. Dynamic IP Address

A static IP address is one that remains fixed and never changes. The PC always sees the same...

 What are cookies?

A cookie is a simple name-value pair stored by a browser, often a session ID. The main...

 What is Java?

Java is an entire programming language resembling C or C++. It takes a sophisticated programmer...

 What is JavaScript?

JavaScript is a web scripting language used to make web pages more interactive by allowing pages...

 What is NSLOOKUP?

NSLOOKUP is a utility that enables a user to look up an IP address of a domain or host on a...

 What is PING?

PING is a utility that determines whether a specific IP address is accessible. It works by...

 What is WAP?

WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) is a communications protocol that allows mobile phones and...

 What is the FTP Server?

The FTP server is ftp.yourdomain.com and the login/password are the same as those you use to...