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    have been tasked. An internet protocol (IP) network is critical to business functions; however, obtaining an IP address is not enough. Client workstations should make use of the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) for the dynamic assignment of addresses, as well as other name resolution components, such as DNS, and WINS. Active Directory is also essential in providing authorization, and authentication mechanisms for the people, and systems used throughout the network. DHCP Infrastructure Strategy The first step in an effective DHCP infrastructure strategy is to ensure the right number of…

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    ipconfig command to analyze the IP address and subnet that gives the addressing schema for the network. 2. What information can you retrieve from the Domain Name System (DNS)? From the DNS, the following information can be retrieved a. Number of servers and workstations deployed on the network. b. IP address related to a certain domain c. Zone file of DNS server might have information of domain or sub domains 3. How would you fingerprint the network? To fingerprint the network, you might…

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    Module 8 Portfolio The company Creative Name Inc. is in need of a unified solution for the deployment of a corporate network. Of the technical difficulties to overcome is the layout of their corporation. Creative Name Inc. resides in two geographically separated locations, one on the west coast (the main office) and one on the east coast. While Creative Name Inc. is in two different locations, they want their network to function as though it is in the same building and location. To…

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    Firstly, the World Wide Web is not the Internet. The web is a feature of the internet, which is a network of computer networks whereas the World Wide Web is a series of interlinked HTML webpages connected by Hyperlinks. Therefore, “surfing” the Web and “surfing” the internet are two different things. Although the task of retrieving a webpage can be completed in a matter of seconds, it is actually a complex process. Firstly, your device sends a request to the Domain Name System through a router…

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    In the attack that happened to Dyn there were tens of millions of IP addresses hitting the servers at the same time (Turton, 2016). A DNS server is a server that stores a database of domain names, such as www.lds.org, and maps them to a public IP address. This makes it so instead of having to know the IP address of a website you can just access it by typing in the domain name. When the DDoS attack was happening, those tens of millions of IP addresses were taking all the resources and processing…

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    positively but it can also be a detriment to society. Internet Censorship Method Zuchora-Walske (2010, p.56) stated that people like to be a body of the public and be useful in different areas unrestrictedly through the freedom of expression by the methods of publishing their own ideas on their interested topics. The mostly used method of censorship is blocking the online contents and it can be used at home, institutional, even at national. The public usually is denied to connect to some…

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    Free hosts have low bandwidth and a lesser data transfer capacity which makes free hosts vulnerable to greater downtime, as well as this, you also cannot upload more images or videos as free hosts do not give a large amount of disk space. Paid hosts offer a large amount of disk space which means you can upload more. Advertisements are not controlled with free hosts, this mean that you cannot control when they pop up or what they are and how big and often they appear. Paid hosts have full control…

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    of both parties, including the Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act (ACPA) and Uzi Nissan having purchased the rights to the domain names in a timely manner and without hindrance at the time of purchase, the court’s rulings were generally fair. Because of the ACPA, Nissan Motor Company (NMC) had a valid case against Nissan Computer Corp. (NCC). Due to timely purchasing of domains reflecting a family name, Uzi Nissan deserved to win the case. However, I believe it was unfair to say that Mr.…

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    Internet Architecture Board, is a group of appointed group leaders and volunteers who all come together to create and fine tune ideas that could be put in place to help manage Internet protocols and oversee those protocols and procedures. Since the board has more volunteers than actual nominated members, the group is made up of people with a general knowledge of the Internet and its functions rather than people who specialize in the knowledge. According to its own page, www.iab.org, the IAB,…

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    Amazon Prime membership originates with the customer. There are three options for the customer to choose from: a free trial subscription (which varies in length depending on the type of email domain), purchasing a regular subscription, or purchasing a student subscription (only with approved educational email domains). If the customer chooses a free trial subscription, they can then use the services on a trial basis for 30 days if they use a regular email provider such as a Gmail, Yahoo, or…

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