Stealth viruses or stealth viruses
Stealth viruses (Stealth) or invisible viruses are a type of resident viruses (reside in RAM). Stealth-viruses falsify information read from the disk so that the program for which this information…

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Types of sites
There are numerous types of websites based on the purposes they serve. Today, when there are more than 300 million functioning websites on the Internet, it becomes a bit difficult…

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Internet security

According to the results of an international study conducted in the European Region, in the Middle East and Africa, it turned out that the index of the Russian Federation’s citizens on security in the Internet reached the European average. In this case, more than 11,000 people (including children and pensioners) from 27 countries were interviewed. Continue reading

Can I turn off the entire Internet?

The global system consists of millions of computers, each of which invests in the information web space a piece of information located on it. It is known that the network of these devices is scattered around the world. Almost every country has a web server that provides its share of the development of the global information base. It is not a secret that special devices are officially allocated to provide control and “mapping” of access to these servers. The task of these particular machines is to manage the addressing of Internet resources. Continue reading

Online photo slideshow
Photos replacing each other in the form of a presentation clip on which you can overlay music and animated transition effects - this is what the slide show consists of…

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Blogging
Writing high-quality articles for the blog that you liked and would be quite understandable to the reader is very difficult. It depends on them how much you interest your audience…

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How are sites created?
Recently it has become terribly fashionable to place commercial websites and representative web pages on the Web: each tiny company considers it its duty to leave its own mark on…

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