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    THE DEFERENCES OF HANDLING SOCKET AND SERVERSOCKET First of all what is a socket? A socket is the one end –point of two-way communication link between two programs running over the network. This means the programs run on different computers, usually referred as the local and the remote computer. However, one can run the two programs on the same computer. Such communicating programs constitute a client/server application normally; a server runs on a specific computer and has a socket that is bound to a specific port number. The server just waits, listening to the socket for a client to make a connection request (Polam, 2014). On the client- side, the client knows the hostname of the machine on which the server is…

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    park with the emergency brake set. Check to make sure you have enough space to work around your vehicle. Next place a wheel chalk behind the rear tires to assure your vehicle will not move. Now walk to your trunk and remove the jack from under the spare tire. Bring the jack to either side of vehicle and locate the jacking points on your vehicle. You can locate these in your owner’s manual under how to properly jack up your vehicle. Once you have secured the jack, only jack up one side of…

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    local auto store like Auto Zone they will be able to also tell you what you all you need for your vehicle based on the year, make, and model. Also, specific tools are needed to change your oil. You can get all the tools from your local auto store as well. You will need a wrench to remove the drain plug; a socket wrench would be a good tool. Then another wrench for the oil filter, an oil drain pan for collection of the old oil, a funnel, gloves (if you want), and paper towels are also needed…

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    Oil Change Procedure

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    Oil Change An oil change is one of the most important ways to keep your car in the best possible running condition. We will be going over, in depth, about the oil change procedure. Before you begin you need to acquire the right tools for the job. You will need a high quality product selected oil filter, a funnel, an oil pan or bucket, newspapers, rags, and oil cleaners. The new filter is for replacing the old one, the funnel to properly put the oil in the oil tank, the oil pan or bucket to…

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    If you have spotted rust on the undercarriage of your truck, you need to act as soon as possible. Rust can easily spread and destroy the metal undercarriage of your truck. However, with a little knowledge about how to jack up a truck, a few simple supplies and a little time you can prevent this from happening to your vehicle. Set Up The Truck First, you need to park your truck on a solid, flat surface. You need to make sure that the parking brake is engaged. Then, you need to raise your truck…

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    To begin changing the oil on a 1994 Formula Firebird, the vehicle must be parked on a flat surface and turned off. The motor will need time to cool, so as not to burn whoever is performing the oil change. During the time period in which the engine is cooling down, place a three-ton capacity jack under the car and position it below the frame behind the front wheel on the driver's side of the car. Then, push down on the lever of the jack until the car has been raised enough for a person to crawl…

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    Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip Everyone has a story to tell. Everyone has had experiences in their past that have helped mold and shape them into the person they are today. Of course, not all our stories are optimistic and pleasant to look back on, but they are all part of this journey we call life. Experiences help to define who we are. The fact that we all have a story makes us the same in a uniquely different and wonderful way. DDH is a small part of my story. DDH is the abbreviation…

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    Public key infrastructure is the combination of software, encryption technologies and services that enables enterprises to maintain the security of their business transactions on over the internet. It integrates digital certificates, public key cryptography and certification authorities into a complete enterprise-wide network security architecture. It is also defined as a set of roles, policies and procedures needed to create, revoke digital certificates and manage public-key encryption. It is…

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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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    the VPN system utilizing their current Internet association and after that sign on to the VPN utilizing password validation. They don't require additional hardware and the highlights are regularly accessible as modest add-on software. PPTP remains for Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol. The drawback of PPTP is that it doesn't give encryption and it depends on the PPP (Point-to-Point Protocol) to implement efforts to establish safety. 2. Site-to-Site VPN Site-to-site is much the same thing as…

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