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Open ports: check a port is open?


Let’s talk about open ports, and check a port is open, will start with TCP and IP, check if open ports are risky, and learn how to check for open ports. IP is a very common term and frequently used in conversations relating to computers and networks. IP stands for Internet Protocol, this address allows…

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How Port Forwarding Test Is a Necessity For Port Forwarding?


In the below article we will explore what is port forwarding test, why it is important, and related common mistakes set up. Ports in computer networking have similar functions as physical ports on your computer. Just as physical ports on the computer allow it to connect with other devices such as a mouse, keyboard, and…

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Everything You Need to Know About FTP and FTP Port


Hello to our File Transfer Protocol or FTP and FTP Port explains in an easy to follow text, include information about FTP client and FTP Server. File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is among the most popular ways of exchanging data from one computer to another over the internet. It is a standard communication protocol and is…

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Major Features and Uses of the RDP Port


Today we decided to write about RDP port, in the following article, major features and uses of the RDP port we will get into it in more detail. To put in the simplest terms, RDP stands for Remote Desktop Protocol. This protocol’s main function is to allow the user with a graphical interface to connect…

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IP of the router the missing part


In this IP of the router article, we are answering the what Is a Router’s IP and How Do You Find It, under windows, mac, android, Linux, and more. If you use the internet, then your network has an IP address. It is a very common term that you may have heard a few times…

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Can you use continuous ping test for Windows, Linux, and MacOs?


In this Can you use continuous ping test for Windows, Linux, and, MacOs article we are going to show you how to craft the ping command on Windows, Linux and, MacOS. Pretty much every gadget that interfaces with the web, including Windows and Linux PCs, offers the Ping order Ping is accessible in Windows, Linux,…

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What is a firewall port checker, and why use it?


Before we go to the main topic that is the firewall port checker, we will also discuss different things.These things are what are network ports, standard TCP port, and TCP port scanner with Nmap.The first thing is that you should know what a firewall is and what the purpose of using it on the PC…

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Which are the best Linux distros for 2021


Linux distros come in many sizes and shapes which you can download on the internet and use them. The software download size is just 100 MB, but it will come to over 4 GB after its installation. It can be stored in a pen drive and also inside other kinds of storage devices. But the…

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Zerologon Vulnerability


Today we decided to post an article regarding the Zerologon Vulnerability, a vulnerability found on domain controllers. Introduction In September this year, a very intriguing article was published. This Secura article made some very eye-opening disclosures. It published about a new-found vulnerability, CVE-2020-1472 or in simple words Zerologon. For people who are completely unaware, Zerologon…

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Open Task Manager from cmd


In this Open Task Manager from cmd line article we will guide you about how to use this tool from the command line. This is a guide to be used on the Windows operating system. Introduction If you are a Windows user, you would know it is not always a happy scenario with Windows. There…

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