An article exploring the various ways in which computers send large amounts of information from one destination to another, from email attachments to P2P (Peer to Peer) and the well known FTP protocol. It also looks at the various ways that FTP can be penetrated by hackers and what has been done to prevent such attacks as well as the various programming processes by which file transfer operates.
Viewable from March 2011 on www.millhousedata.com
- Robin Whitlock
- Weston Super Mare, Somerset, United Kingdom
- Hello and welcome to my blog. My name is Robin Whitlock. I am a freelance journalist with a special interest in environmental issues and renewable energy. I have numerous published articles to my credit and write regularly for a number of renewable energy websites. I am also a writer for Renewable Energy Magazine and a sub-editor for Renewable Energy Focus. I am currently based in Bristol, UK. Besides renewable energy and green issues I have a wide variety of other interests which includes World War 2, mythology and folklore, gardening, railways and lots more besides. You can also reach me on either of my two email addresses, which are: email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks!
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