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Published in : 2016-09-23 | by internet-class
Just like IP addresses, domain names are also hierarchically allocated and organized. In a somewhat-confusing twist, unlike an IP address where the prefix is on ...
Published in : 2016-09-23 | by internet-class
While the underlying layers use numbers, our experience of the internet is shaped by domain names. Some (like Google) have even become verbs. As you ...
Published in : 2016-09-23 | by internet-class
Domain name to IP address translation happens all the time on the internet. The core internet service responsible for translating machine names to numbers is ...
Published in : 2016-09-23 | by internet-class
We're running out of IPv4 addresses, so getting one is hard. But we are not running out of domain names so getting one is pretty easy. If you have a web browser ...
Published in : 2016-09-23 | by internet-class
Once you own a domain name you can create as many host names as you like. If you don't own the domain name, then you probably need to talk to someone.
Published in : 2016-09-23 | by internet-class
Because humans associate trust relationships with website URLs, this trust can be used to attack or deceive them. One form of a phishing attack involves an ...
Published in : 2016-09-23 | by internet-class
Every time you use a host name in a URL, URI, email address, or any other way, it must be translated to an IP address. The packets exchange by computers on ...
Published in : 2016-09-20 | by internet-class
Compared to TCP, UDP seems less useful. It drops packets and provides no guidance on how fast packets should be sent. But there are some very important ...
Published in : 2016-09-23 | by internet-class
Many (but not all) of the human names that we use on the internet are either URLs or URIs. URLs are uniform resource locators, a subset of the more general ...
Published in : 2016-08-25 | by internet-class
What is the internet? So what exactly is the internet? As you might expect for something so important and transformative, there's no single answer to that ...