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What is SHA and AES?

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Basic Encryption The basic premise of encrypting data is to scramble it in some way as to render it unreadable by anyone other than its intended recipient. Encryption works by scrambling the message with the use of an encryption “key,” which a reader can then use to unscramble the

How does media converter actually work to convert a media file?

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Have you ever questioned that how media converter actually works to convert a media file to another format? Here are some useful information that I’ve collected from Wikipedia and other Internet sources. What is transcoding? Transcoding is the direct digital-to-digital conversion of one encoding to another, such as for movie data files (e.g., PAL, SECAM, NTSC), audio files

What is an IP Address?

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An IP address, short for Internet Protocol address, is an identifying number for a piece of network hardware. Having an IP address allows a device to communicate with other devices over an IP-based network like the internet. Most IP addresses look like this: 151.101.65.121 Other IP addresses you might

What is Active Directory (AD)

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Active Directory (AD) is a Windows OS directory service that facilitates working with interconnected, complex and different network resources in a unified manner. Active Directory was initially released with Windows 2000 Server and revised with additional features in Windows Server 2008. Active Directory provides a common interface for organizing

What is “byte”?

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A byte is a term first coined by Werner Buchholz in 1956 and later became more of a standard thanks to Bob Bemer and others. A byte is data equal to either seven or eight bits depending if it needs error correction (parity). You can think of a byte