IMPORTANCE OF IP ADDRESS TO COMPUTER NETWORKING

An IP address is a fascinating product of modern computer technology designed to allow one connected computer (or "smart" device) to communicate with another device over the Internet. IP addresses allow the location of literally billions of digital devices that are connected to the Internet to be pinpointed and differentiated from other devices. Because, in the same way you to need a mailing address to recieve a letter in the mail from a friend, a remote computer needs your IP address to communicate with your computer. IP (Internet Protocol) Address is an address of your network hardware. It helps in connecting your computer to other devices on your network and all over the world. An IP Address is made up of numbers

HOW TO REPAIR CURRUPTED SYSTEM FILES IN WINDOWS 10

What are system files in Windows 10? Technically speaking, a Windows system file is any file with the hidden system attribute turned on. In practice, system files are those files that Windows depends upon to operate properly. These range from hardware drivers to configuration and DLL files and even the various hive files that make up the Windows Registry. When Is A System File Said To Be Corrupt? A corrupted file is one that is damaged, and does not perform properly. This can apply to any type of file, from program files to system files and all types of documents. Just about everybody has probably had an issue with a corrupted file at some point in time. In many cases it can be resolved with

SESSION HIJACKING ATTACK IN CYBER SECURITY

Definition Session hijacking is defined as taking over an active TCP/IP communication session without the user’s permission. When implemented successfully, attackers assume the identity of the compromised user, enjoying the same access to resources as the compromised user. Identity theft, Information theft, stealing sensitive data are some of the common impacts of session hijacking. Session hijacking is also an attack where a user session is taken over by an attacker. A session starts when you log into a service, for example your banking application, and ends when you log out. The attack relies on the attacker’s knowledge of your session cookie, so it is also called cookie hijacking or cookie side-jacking. Although any computer session could be hijacked, session hijacking most