What is SSL?

March 30, 2015

Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is a protocol that was created by Netscape in the 1990s. The main purpose of SSL was to provide security for Internet connections by ensuring confidentiality, authentication, and integrity for the data transported by it. To standardize SSL, Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF)  in 1999 proposed a standard version which was […]

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We have shared brief introduction to most asked question: what is 4G and what is WiMAX. Going further, it also comes in mind as to how 4G is different from its competitor WiMAX or vice versa. Through this post, we will try to highlight salient differences between 4G and WiMAX technologies as well as pointing […]

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Describing difference between crossover cable and straight cable is one of the starting topics covered in basic networking courses especially CCNA or A+. Through this post, I intend to make this concept super easy for all of you.

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What is WiMax?

March 13, 2015

It stands for Wireless Interoperability for Microwave Access. It is an IP based wireless broadband technology that provides performance similar to Wi-Fi with coverage and QoS of cellular networks.

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What is 4G?

March 13, 2015

4G is the fourth generation of mobile internet access technology introduced by International Telecommunication Union.

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NerdCrunch would like to share different jobs related to Systems/IP/Core/Datacom/Networking/IT with their readers. Following is the list of jobs that NerdCrunch came across on different websites.

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NerdCrunch would like to share different jobs related to Systems/IP/Core/Datacom/Networking/IT with their readers. Following is the list of jobs that NerdCrunch came across on different websites.

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I am a big fan of Angry Birds games especially Angry Birds Friends on Facebook. I always access the game by typing URL (https://apps.facebook.com/angrybirds). Today, when I tried to access the website through the same URL, I was shown a different page.

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