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Think wire tapping for network traffic.
To fill put characters in empty space
to fill a required length
PAP (Password Authentication Protocol)
Name and password are transmitted
and checked against a table of authorized users. Done in clear text.
Refer to CHAP
PAT (Port Address Translation)
Used in conjunction with NAT. Each
computer on the private side is translated to a single public IP address,
and is given a different port assignment to keep requests correctly
An interim fix to an error in a program
PBX (Private Branch Exchange)
A mini telephone system with more
internal users (extensions) than outside lines
PGP (Pretty Good Privacy)
An encryption system based on the
Public/Private key system
Ping Of Death
A type of DoS. Refer to DoS
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