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About you in the computer, visited web pages, load the file, play music, chatter on (and the reason behind all these information have monetary value, in fact, this is one of the great wealth in modern society, which is why everyone is very interested in the data, and monitoring of individual behavio.....
An IP address is a 32-bit number that uniquely identifies a network interface on a machine. IP addresses are usually written in decimal notation, separated by four eight-digit periods. Each 8-bit field represents a byte of an IP address.Every time you go online, your IP address lets the server know .....
We are forced to the bitter conclusion that, while browsing, the protection of our privacy on the Internet is almost non-existent, often based on the notion that no one is interested in me.From the moment you enter the online realm, your digital identity is influenced by many factors, such as:The lo.....
A virtual private network is a service that allows you to connect to the Internet through an encrypted tunnel to ensure your privacy and sensitive data online. VPNS are commonly used to protect connections to public Wi-Fi hotspots, hide IP addresses and browse privacy.If you want to know if VPNS are.....
In the 1990s, an upgrade called IPv6 introduced 128-bit IP addresses that were close to 3.4×10^38. Even if everyone in the world had a billion cell phones, that would be enough. However, IPv6 has not been fully implemented since its birth. But why?IPv6 is not compatible with IPv4.If the site runs on.....
IPv4 is the current protocol for creating, assigning, and using IP addresses. IPv4 was the first widely used IP address. The Internet protocol uses a 32-bit numeric address, which means it can have about 4.3 billion IP addresses.But when IPv4 was introduced 40 years ago, engineers had no idea that m.....
Do you use public Wi Fi? If you don't use any network security tools, the answer may be No.Most public Wi-Fi networks have no basic network security measures. They are the favorite ideal targets of hackers, and some are actually designed by cyber criminals. If you want to use a free public Wi-Fi net.....
VPNs are legal in most countries/regions. However, VPNs are regulated or banned in certain countries/regions, such as China, Iran, and Russia. The list of illegal countries/regions for VPN is ready and we will update it regularly.

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