How Do I Find The MAC Address On My Computer?

How Do I Find The MAC Address On My Computer?

The MAC (Media Access Control) Address is a unique address assigned to every network interface for the Ethernet, Wireless, and Bluetooth cards. The MAC address is also called an Ethernet address too. MAC address generally matched with an IP address in order to communicate in a LAN with the gateway and other hosts in the … Read more

FTP (File Transfer Protocol) Port Numbers

FTP (File Transfer Protocol) Port Numbers

FTP or File Transfer Protocol is a network protocol used to transfer (upload and download) files and folders via a network. The FTP uses network sockets for communication. FTP is implemented in the TCP protocol for reliability and security. The FTP uses TCP port number 21 in order to start and control FTP transmission. But … Read more

How To Use Telnet To Test Open Ports (Windows, Linux, and MacOSX)?

How To Use Telnet To Test Open Ports (Windows, Linux, and MacOSX)?

The telnet is an application protocol used to connect remote devices over the network. Telnet provides text-oriented communication between local and remote hosts. Even the telnet is created to manage devices remotely via the command line interface it is also used to test open ports. As the telnet protocol and command use the TCP it … Read more

How To Update Google Chrome (on Windows and Linux)?

How To Update Google Chrome (on Windows and Linux)?

Google Chrome is a popular web browser that is the most used web browser on the earth. Google Chrome is actively developed by Google and every six weeks a new major version is released. This update contains bug fixes, security patches, and new features. This means we should update Google Chrome every six weeks to … Read more

How To Set and Use Google DNS Service In Windows and Linux?

How To Set and Use Google DNS Service In Windows and Linux?

All ISP’s or Internet Service Providers provide DNS services for their customers. And most cases their customers use their DNS services by default which is also set as in their routers, ADSL Modems, etc. Google provides DNS service in order to prevent ISP-related blockings and also provide a fast and secure experience. Google DNS service … Read more

What Is SFTP Port Number?

What Is SFTP Port Number?

SFTP or Secure File Transfer Protocol is a protocol used to transfer files in an encrypted way. The SFTP protocol is integrated and provided by the SSH (Secure Shell) protocol. This means the SFTP runs under the SSH service. The SFTP uses the security, encryption, authentication, and authorization features of the SSH. SFTP Port Number … Read more

Mozilla Firefox About Config (about:config)

Mozilla Firefox About Config (about:config)

Mozilla Firefox provides the Configuration Editor via the about:config URL. The about:config is very popular in order to change configuration and preferences about the Mozilla firefox. The about:config data is stored inside the JavaScript files named prefs.js and user.js . The user configuration is stored in the user.js and the default configuration is stores in … Read more

What Is Link-Local Address?

What Is Link-Local Address?

Computer networks provide the link-local addresses that can be only used to communicate in the current network segment or broadcast domain in the current network. The Link-Local address is automatically generated by the host and does not needs to get a configuration service like DHCP. The Link-Local Address is automatically assigned by using the stateless … Read more

What Does “CTRL+Z” Do?

What Does "CTRL+Z" Do?

The CTRL+Z or Control+Z keys are popular key combinations used to undo previously done actions. The CTRL+Z is mainly called as undo shortcut. In order to work the CTRL+Z key combination both CTRL and Z keys should be pressed at the same time. In order to trigger the CTRL+Z multiple time’s press and release the … Read more

What Is PATH Variable in Windows and Linux?

What Is PATH Variable in Windows and Linux?

Operating systems like Windows, Linux, macOS, Unix, BSD, etc. provides the PATH variable. The PATH variable is used to specify the executables and application paths in order to call them directly via the command-line interface without providing their full path. In this tutorial, we will examine what is PATH, how to configure PATH, how to … Read more