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DDoS Attack Glossary. DDoS Attack Glossary Developed by Robert "RSnake" Hansen, Slowloris is DDoS attack software that enables a single computer to take down a web server.

DDoS Attack Glossary

Due the simple yet elegant nature of this attack, it requires minimal bandwidth to implement and affects the target server’s web server only, with almost no side effects on other services and ports. Slowloris has proven highly-effective against many popular types of web server software, including Apache 1.x and 2.x. Over the years, Slowloris has been credited with a number of high-profile server takedowns. Notably, it was used extensively by Iranian ‘hackivists’ following the 2009 Iranian presidential election to attack Iranian government web sites. Attack Description Slowloris works by opening multiple connections to the targeted web server and keeping them open as long as possible. Periodically, the Slowloris sends subsequent HTTP headers for each request, but never actually completes the request. Methods of Mitigation. Database per service. Creately - Online Diagram Editor - Try it Free.

Encoding vs. Encryption vs. Hashing. Encoding is often confused with encryption and hashing.

Encoding vs. Encryption vs. Hashing

They are not the same. But before I go into the differences, I’ll first mention how they relate: All three transform data into another format. Both encoding and encryption are reversible, and hashing is not. Let’s take a look at each one: Encoding The purpose of encoding is to transform data so that it can be properly (and safely) consumed by a different type of system, e.g. binary data being sent over email, or viewing special characters on a web page. Encoding transforms data into another format using a scheme that is publicly available so that it can easily be reversed. Examples: ASCII, Unicode, URL Encoding, Base64 Encryption The purpose of encryption is to transform data in order to keep it secret from others, e.g. sending someone a secret letter that only they should be able to read, or securely sending a password over the Internet. Hashing Examples: SHA-3, MD5 (Now obsolete), etc.

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Fluentd is a fully free and fully open-source log collector that instantly enables you to have a ‘Log Everything’ architecture with 125+ types of systems. Fluentd treats logs as JSON, a popular machine-readable format. It is written primarily in C with a thin-Ruby wrapper that gives users flexibility. Fluentd’s performance has been proven in the field: its largest user currently collects logs from 5000+ servers, 5 TB of daily data, handling 50,000 msgs/sec at peak time. Table of Contents Step1: Installing Fluentd Please follow the installation/quickstart guides below that matches your environment. Step2: Use Cases The articles shown below cover the typical use cases of Fluentd. Step3: Learn More The articles shown below will provide detailed information for you to learn more about Fluentd.


ITIL. Lenguaje de programación multiparadigma. Un lenguaje de programación multiparadigma es el que soporta más de un paradigma de programación.

Lenguaje de programación multiparadigma

Según lo describe Bjarne Stroustrup, permiten crear “programas usando más de un estilo de programación”. El objetivo en el diseño de estos lenguajes es permitir a los programadores utilizar el mejor paradigma para cada trabajo, admitiendo que ninguno resuelve todos los problemas de la forma más fácil y eficiente posible. Paradigmas de programación[editar] Véase también[editar] Anexo:Comparativa de navegadores web. Las siguientes tablas comparan información general y técnica de varios navegadores.

Anexo:Comparativa de navegadores web

Por favor, vea los artículos de los productos individuales para más información. Este artículo no abarca todos los navegadores ni está necesariamente actualizado. Información general[editar] Información general básica sobre los navegadores: autor/compañía, licencia/precio, etc. [editar] Información sobre qué características comunes son implementadas nativamente (sin añadidos de terceros).

Características de accesibilidad[editar] Información sobre cómo se implementan nativamente las funciones comunes de accesibilidad (sin añadidos de terceros). Soporte de tecnologías web[editar] Información sobre qué estándares web y tecnologías soportan los navegadores. Soporte de protocolos[editar] Anexo:Comparativa de navegadores web.