Bittorent protocol information

BitTorrent is a collaborative file-sharing protocol that is ideal for quickly distributing large amounts of data. Unlike other file-sharing techniques, BitTorrent does not rely on a cross-file sharing network, but builds a separate distribution network for each file.

To participate in the distribution of the data of a torrent, the client usually uses a torrent file (filename extension .torrent or .tor). This contains the IP address (or host name) of the tracker as well as the file name, size and a list of checksums of segments of the data to be downloaded (one or more files). Torrent files can be created with many available bittorrent clients. In this case, the initial Seeder Peer (seeder) must establish the link to the file to be offered as a torrent and keep it available. read more

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The revolution on “Facebook” will have serious changes in appearance.

It will be completely different.

Facebook over the years of its activity received a lot of updates aimed at improving the appearance of the platform. However, a long time has passed since the update, which would completely change the face of the service – if you belong to a group of people complaining about the not very modern layout of the desktop version of the platform, your requests will soon be fulfilled. read more

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skype

Skype allows you to make video calls with 50 people

I have stopped using Skype for a long time. I run video calls on FaceTime, and Telegram has been my daily communicator for years. And although the communication tool in the Microsoft edition is still being developed and expanded, so my previous adventures with Skype – mainly due to the “refreshed” look of his mobile page, effectively discouraged me. I will not use the new feature, which eventually came to the application, but I know that there are people in the world who have been waiting for this type of function for years. read more

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Data Backup

Watch your data! Every second we lose hundreds of them

People are divided into two groups – those who make backups and those who will start. Losing data is not a catch – it even got its day. Specifically, March 31. That is why we want to warn against this problem.

Data Backup
Data Backup

“It does not concern me, I never lost any data” – such words are asking for a breakdown, a disk, ransomware attack (check the list of anti-viruses), or just bad luck. According to the Data Breach Index, a website investigating data breaches, in 2018 an average of 18.5 million data records per day were lost. That gives 214 every second. In mid-2018, it was estimated that over 3.5 billion records were violated or seized by unauthorized entities. That’s 72 percent. more compared to the same period of the previous year. read more

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Google 2-step verification

Google presents a new interface for 2-step verification

Google has long been promoting the two-step verification system in its services by encouraging users to better secure their account. The company decided to slightly redesign the entire interface that has appeared so far even if you logged in to Gmail. The new solution is to be not only streamlined, but most of all easier to use – especially when users use a special Bluetooth or USB security key. read more

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prison guy

For insulting Islam on Facebook, he will go to prison for 10 years

Until now, the Internet hate has usually ended in a fine. This time, however, we are talking about imprisonment – for 10 years.

Internet Hate
Internet Hate

Malaysian Mohamad Fuzi Harun was brought to trial in connection with a series of published materials whose content directly offended Islam. In total, 10 charges were filed against him, and the accused himself pleaded guilty. Interestingly, for each of them you can be sentenced to a prison year or 50,000 ringgit (about $ 13,000) fine – or even both. Eventually, Fuzi Harun will go to prison for 10 years. read more

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