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Client and Server Programs
Client and Server Programs

In the context of networking software, there is another definition of a client and server, a definition that we'll refer to throughout this book. A client program is a program running on one end system that requests and receives a service from a server program running on another end

Tags internet applications, distributed applications, server
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The bad guys can attack servers and network infrastructure
The bad guys can attack servers and network infrastructure

A large class of security threats can be classified as denial-of-service (DoS) attacks. As the name suggests, a DoS attack renders a network, host, or other piece of infrastructure unusable by legitimate users. Web servers, e-mail servers, DNS servers (discussed in "Application

Tags computer network, packets, server
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The Internet Explosion: The 1990s
The Internet Explosion: The 1990s

The 1990s were ushered in with numerous events that symbolized the continued development and the soon-to-arrive commercialization of the Internet. ARPAnet, the progenitor of the Internet, ceased to exist. MILNET and the Defense Data Network had grown in the 1980s to

Tags gui interface, killer applications, server
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FTP Commands and Replies
FTP Commands and Replies

We finish this section with a brief discussion of some of the more common FTP commands and replies. The commands, from client to server, and replies, from server to client, are sent across the control connection in 7-bit ASCII format. Therefore, like HTTP commands, FTP

Tags ftp commands, tcp connection, remote host, http commands, server
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