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Freedom of speech has a number.It was the WikiLeaks IP Address.
Daniel Domscheit-Berg (Inside WikiLeaks: My Time with Julian Assange at the World's Most Dangerous Website)
While researching this answer, I managed to lock up my copy of Mathematica several times on balloon-related differential equations, and subsequently got my IP address banned from Wolfram|Alpha for making too many requests. The ban-appeal form asked me to explain what task I was performing that necessitated so many queries. I wrote, “Calculating how many rental helium tanks you’d have to carry with you in order to inflate a balloon large enough to act as a parachute and slow your fall from a jet aircraft.” Sorry, Wolfram.
Randall Munroe (What If?: Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions)
Today we have more than one and a half billion connections to the Internet. But this is small in comparison to the number of connections to the electric grid, which is at least tenfold larger. Just think of the number of electric appliances you have plugged in at home, compared to the number of IP addressable devices. This is a huge opportunity.
Peter H. Diamandis (Abundance: The Future is Better Than You Think)
Mathematically, IPv4 can only support about 232 or 4.3 billion connections. IPv6, on the other hand, can handle 2128 or 340,​282,​366,​920,​938,​463,​463,​374,​607,​431,​768,​211,​456 connections. The implications of a number this large are mind-boggling. There are only 1019 grains of sand on all the beaches of the world. That means IPv6 would allow each grain of sand to have a trillion IP addresses. In fact, there are so many possible addresses with IPv6 that every single atom on our planet could receive a unique address and we would “still have enough addresses left to do another 100+ earths.” It is in the wake of these changes that the Internet of Things will be born.
Marc Goodman (Future Crimes)
Alex Stamos, Chief Security Officer of Facebook, told Congress that the RF-IRA spent more than $100,000 on Facebook political ads between June 2015 and May 2017.5 This amounted to approximately 3,000 ads from 470 fake accounts and pages. A quarter of these ads were “geographically targeted” with an uptick in 2016 over 2015.6 Stamos stated that the “behavior displayed” was intended to “amplify divisive messages.” In addition to these numbers, Stamos said that accounts with “very weak signals of a connection” or “not associated with any known organized effort” amounted to $50,000 spent on approximately 2,200 ads, including ads purchased from US IP addresses.7
Malcolm W. Nance (The Plot to Destroy Democracy: How Putin and His Spies Are Undermining America and Dismantling the West)
When you type an address in your web browser, a group of servers called domain name servers (DNS) match the address to an IP in their database, and send you to the right place. If you typed the IP into your browser’s address bar instead, you’d actually end up in the exact same place without the routing: opens Google.com, opens Apple.com, and so on.
A.G. Riddle (The Atlantis Gene (The Origin Mystery, #1))
On Saturday, March 19, 2016, at 4:34 A.M., John Podesta, the Hillary Clinton campaign chairman, received what looked like an email from Google about his personal Gmail account. “Hi John Someone just used your password to try to sign in to your Google Account,” read the email from “the Gmail Team.” It noted that the attempted intrusion had come from an IP address in Ukraine. The email went on: “Google stopped this sign-in attempt. You should change your password immediately.” The Gmail Team helpfully included a link to a site where Podesta could make the recommended password change. That morning, Podesta forwarded the email to his chief of staff, Sara Latham, who then sent it along to Charles Delavan, a young IT staffer at the Clinton campaign. At 9:54 AM that morning, Delavan replied, “This is a legitimate email. John needs to change his password immediately, and ensure that two-factor authentication is turned on his account… It is absolutely imperative that this is done ASAP.” Delavan later asserted to colleagues that he had committed a typo. He had meant to write that “this is not a legitimate email.” Not everybody on the Clinton campaign would believe him. But Delavan had an argument in his favor. In his response to Latham, he had included the genuine link Podesta needed to use to change his password. Yet for some reason Podesta clicked on the link in the phony email and used a bogus site to create a new password. The Russians now had the keys to his emails and access to the most private messages of Clinton World going back years.
Michael Isikoff (Russian Roulette: The Inside Story of Putin's War on America and the Election of Donald Trump)
FREEDOM OF SPEECH HAS A NUMBER. It was the WikiLeaks IP address:
Daniel Domscheit-Berg (Inside WikiLeaks: My Time with Julian Assange at the World's Most Dangerous Website)
A smaller unit, the Kunming Group, whose attacks have been traced to I.P. addresses in Kunming, the capital of Yunnan Province, seemed focused on targets in Vietnam, Mr. Stewart said. It deployed malware and so-called spear phishing attacks that tried to entice victims to click on messages and links in Vietnamese.
Storm’s Fast-Flux and Conficker’s Domain-Flux In 2007, security researchers identified a new technique used by the infamous Storm botnet (Higgins, 2007). The technique, named fast-flux, used domain name service (DNS) records to hide the command and control servers that controlled the Storm botnet. DNS records typically translate a domain name to an IP address. When a DNS server returns a result, it also specifies the TTL that the IP address remains valid for before the host should check again. The attackers behind the Storm botnet changed the DNS records for the command-and-control server rather frequently. In fact, they used 2,000 redundant hosts spread amongst 384 providers in more than 50 countries (Lemos, 2007). The attackers swapped the IP addresses for the command-and-control server frequently and ensured the DNS results returned with a very short TTL. This fast-flux of IP addresses made it difficult for security researchers to identify the command-and-control servers for the botnet and even more difficult to take the servers offline. While fast-flux proved difficult in the takedown of the Storm botnet, a similar technique used the following year aided in the infection of seven million computers in over two hundred countries (Binde et al., 2011). Conficker, the most successful computer worm to date, spread by attacking a vulnerability in the Windows Service Message Block (SMB) protocol. Once infected, the vulnerable machines contacted a command-and-control server for further instructions. Identifying and preventing communication with the command-and-control server proved absolutely necessary for those involved with stopping the attack. However, Conficker generated different domain names every three hours, using the current date and time at UTC. For the third iteration of Conficker, this meant 50,000 domains were generated every three hours. Attackers registered only a handful of these domains to actual IP addresses for the command-and-control servers. This made intercepting and preventing traffic with the command-and-control server very difficult. Because the technique rotated domain names, researchers named it domain-flux. In the following section, we will write some Python scripts to detect fast-flux and domain-flux in the wild to identify attacks.
T.J. O'Connor (Violent Python: A Cookbook for Hackers, Forensic Analysts, Penetration Testers and Security Engineers)
Like Felicity they methodically checked the house office, safe and family bank account details and financial affairs. Angelina then had Inspector Mick bug the boys’ homes, cars and offices and with the information she acquired came knowledge and contacts. She wrote a programme called listen, it saved all conversations digitally and converted it to text into a computer file in a remote location not traceable to her or anybody at 3WW but it recorded all his illicit dealings and it gave her valuable information. She hacked into their individual MIS computer systems and sent spyware via e-mail called virus protection free download and once opened it went through their c drive, all files on their computers, and copied all files to a ip address of a remote computer of Angelina’s request, in a phantom company named Borrow. All data was heavily encrypted and deleted after access and storage was onto an external hard drive storage box, deleting the electronic footpath. The spyware recorded their strokes on the keyboard and Angelina was able to secure even their banking pins and passwords and all their computer passwords. She had a brilliant computer mind, wasted in librarianship
Annette J. Dunlea
In reality, as the load balancer is acting as a proxy it’s not actually NAT; the inbound connection is terminated and a new outbound one created with a different destination IP address. Of course it’s far easier to think of it as NAT.
Steven Iveson (An Introduction to F5 Networks, BIG-IP, TMOS and LTM v11 Volume One)
The operating system installed on the instance can make a difference on how it responds to network issues as well. For example, when an instance loses a DHCP address, Ubuntu typically continues to retry renewing the DHCP address. When the network issues are resolved, the renewal process succeeds and the IP address is restored. However, RedHat and CentOS are commonly configured by default to give up after the renewal process fails, which means that even if the network issues are resolved, the instance is no longer attempting to renew the DHCP lease and permanently stays off the network
John Belamaric (OpenStack Cloud Application Development)
Something else to note: Classful IP addresses used in Class A, B, and C are not quite as necessary anymore. In fact, many corporate networks use classless IP addressing. This means that any network number can use any subnet mask. (Breaking all the rules!) For example, one of my test networks uses the network and the subnet mask, making the network number 10.254.254, instead of just 10. How is this done? By changing the subnet mask to instead of the default (I guess this means my test network has no class. Ouch!) Seriously though, this method is known as Classless Inter-Domain Routing, or CIDR for short, and you will deal with this more if you decide to enter into the realm of Network+.
David L. Prowse (CompTIA A+ 220-801 and 220-802 Exam Cram)
The smurf attack spoofs the source IP. If the source IP address isn’t changed, the computer sending out the broadcast ping will get flooded with the ICMP replies. Instead, the smurf attack substitutes the source IP with the IP address of the victim, and the victim gets flooded with these ICMP replies.
Darril Gibson (CompTIA Security+: Get Certified Get Ahead: SY0-401 Study Guide)
the terms like firewalls, network protocols, IP addresses, authentication, clients, service, network traffic etc. Apart from these, you should also have good knowledge on Internet lingo like URL, web servers, DNS, HTTP, HTTPS etc, Knowing these terms, their working mechanisms and purposes will aid you in getting a better understanding of the concepts of hacking.
Jacob Hatcher (Hacking: Hacking For Beginners and Basic Security: How To Hack (Hackers, Computer Hacking, Computer Virus, Computer Security, Computer Programming))
What is a Website Domain? A domain name is a string that identifies a space within the internet allocated to your website. Since every website “lives” on some kind of a server somewhere within the world, we need to have a specific way of accessing it, one way or another. Servers are another sort of machine, and like any other machine, they don’t like working with words. They like numbers. A minimum of one IP (Internet Protocol) address gets assigned to each server; this of this is the server’s address. If your website is the only website hosted on a web server, you could use the IP address to access it. Take hostconnect.com for example. It’s definitely easier to say or remember than the IP address of the server it’s hosted on, which is
Ali Bin Rashid
The Kyte network was a thicket of proxy-server IP addresses and usernames that led nowhere. In order to truly make the case against CaptainMal, she needed to locate Kyte’s server, which could be anywhere among the hundreds of millions of computers in the world.
Reece Hirsch (Black Nowhere (Lisa Tanchik #1))
Spyspace was a Myspace tracker that recorded the profiles of people who clicked on your page. All a user had to do was add simple JavaScript code to their profile. There was no indication to the viewers that it was active. The log included the time of visit, IP address, and Myspace avatar of each viewer.
Joanne McNeil (Lurking: How a Person Became a User)
Man Arrested after posting comments on his own wanted poster on Facebook. A Florida man robbed a Family Dollar store and escaped with $ 260. A few days later he sees his wanted poster on the local police department’s Facebook page. Somehow, he thought the smart thing to do would be to post comments to the page. Of course, he didn’t realize that all computers have an IP address and can easily be traced. He was arrested shortly
Synova Cantrell (Seriously Stupid Criminals)
Figure 2-4 shows how a user’s request is serviced: first, the user points their browser to shakespeare.google.com. To obtain the corresponding IP address, the user’s device resolves the address with its DNS server (1). This request ultimately ends up at Google’s DNS server, which talks to GSLB. As GSLB keeps track of traffic load among frontend servers across regions, it picks which server IP address to send to this user. Figure 2-4. The life of a request The browser connects to the HTTP server on this IP. This server (named the Google Frontend, or GFE) is a reverse proxy that terminates the TCP connection (2). The GFE looks up which service is required (web search, maps, or—in this case—Shakespeare). Again using GSLB, the server finds an available Shakespeare frontend server, and sends that server an RPC containing the HTTP request (3).
Betsy Beyer (Site Reliability Engineering: How Google Runs Production Systems)
But if you inflated the balloons quickly, possibly by connecting many canisters to it at once, you’d be able to slow your fall. Just don’t use too much helium, or you’ll end up floating at 16,000 feet like Larry Walters. While researching this answer, I managed to lock up my copy of Mathematica several times on balloon-related differential equations, and subsequently got my IP address banned from Wolfram|Alpha for making too many requests. The ban-appeal form asked me to explain what task I was performing that necessitated so many queries. I wrote, “Calculating how many rental helium tanks you’d have to carry with you in order to inflate a balloon large enough to act as a parachute and slow your fall from a jet aircraft.” Sorry, Wolfram. 1 While researching impact speeds for this answer, I came across a discussion on the Straight Dope Message Board about survivable fall heights. One poster
Randall Munroe (What If?: Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions)
IP addresses don’t matter in the afterlife.
A.D. Aliwat (In Limbo)
As the next page loaded with another set of 25 emails, his eyes were drawn to the bottom of the screen, where for the first time previously-read messages stood out beneath the bold-type unread ones.  There was something powerfully sentimental, almost tangible, about the realization that his dad had sat before a computer somewhere ten years earlier and had clicked on these same messages.  The most recent one, received just hours before his parents’ death, was from his mom with the subject line, “re: Li’l Ryan’s Bday”. With a lump developing in his throat, he clicked on the message.  His mom had written: “That’s something dads should talk to their sons about ;)”  Hmm.  Didn’t make sense without context. Below the end of the message he found the option to “show quoted text,”  which he clicked on to reveal the entire exchange in reverse chronological order.  She had been responding to his dad’s message: “I’m sure he’ll get it.  I like the idea, but you better be prepared to have a discussion about the birds and bees.  You know how his mind works.  He’ll want to know how that baby got in there.” Ryan’s palms grew sweaty as he began to infer what was coming next.  Not entirely sure he wanted to continue, but certain he couldn’t stop, he scrolled to the end. The thread had started with his mother’s message, “I’m already showing big-time.  Sweaters only get so baggy, and it’s going to be warming up soon.  I think tonight would be the perfect time to tell Ryan.  I wrapped up a T-shirt for him in one of his presents that says ‘Big Brother’ on it.  A birthday surprise!  You think he’ll get it?” Having trouble taking in a deep breath, he rose to a stand and slowly backed away from his computer.  It wasn’t his nature to ask fate “Why?” or to dwell on whether or not something was “fair.”  But this was utterly overwhelming – a knife wound on top of an old scar that had never sufficiently healed. ~~~ Corbett Hermanson peered around the edge of Bradford’s half-open door and knocked gently on the frame.  Bradford was sitting at his desk, leafing through a thick binder.  He had to have heard the knock, Corbett thought, peeking in, but his attention to the material in the binder remained unbroken. Now regretting his timid first knock, Corbett anxiously debated whether he should knock again, which could be perceived as rude, or try something else to get Bradford’s attention.  Ultimately he decided to clear his throat loudly, while standing more prominently in the doorway. Still, Bradford kept his nose buried in the files in front of him. Finally, Corbett knocked more confidently on the door itself. “What!” Bradford demanded.  “If you’ve got something to say, just say it!” “Sorry, sir.  Wasn’t sure you heard me,” Corbett said, with a nervous chuckle. “Do you think I’m deaf and blind?” Bradford sneered.  “Just get on with it already.” “Well sir, I’m sure you recall our conversation a few days back about the potential unauthorized user in our system?  It turns out...” “Close the door!” Bradford whispered emphatically, waving his arms wildly for Corbett to stop talking and come all the way into his office. “Sorry, sir,” Corbett said, his cheeks glowing an orange-red hue to match his hair.  After self-consciously closing the door behind him, he picked up where he’d left off.  “It turns out, he’s quite good at keeping himself hidden.  I was right about his not being in Indiana, but behind that location, his IP address bounces
Dan Koontz (The I.P.O.)
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Storing Log Messages for Later Review With logging to the console and to terminals, an event happens, IOS sends the messages to the console and terminal sessions, and then IOS can discard the message. However, clearly, it would be useful to keep a copy of the log messages for later review, so IOS provides two primary means to keep a copy. IOS can store copies of the log messages in RAM by virtue of the logging buffered global configuration command. Then any user can come back later and see the old log messages by using the show logging EXEC command. As a second option—an option used frequently in production networks—all devices store their log messages centrally to a syslog server. RFC 5424 defines the Syslog protocol, which provides the means by which a device like a switch or router can use a UDP protocol to send messages to a syslog server for storage. All devices can send their log messages to the server. Later, a user can connect to the server (typically with a graphical user interface) and browse the log messages from various devices. To configure a router or switch to send log messages to a syslog server, add the logging {address|hostname} global command, referencing the IP address or hostname of the syslog server. Figure 33-2 shows the ideas behind the buffered logging and syslog logging.
Wendell Odom (CCENT/CCNA ICND1 100-105 Official Cert Guide)
Configuring and Verifying System Logging With the information in Table 33-2, configuring syslog in a Cisco IOS router or switch should be relatively straightforward. Example 33-2 shows a sample, based on Figure 33-4. The figure shows a syslog server at IP address Both switches and both routers will use the same configuration shown in Example 33-2, although the example shows the configuration process on a single device, Router R1.
Wendell Odom (CCENT/CCNA ICND1 100-105 Official Cert Guide)
As a quick aside, the example shows a common and normal behavior with ping commands: the first ping command shows one failure to start, but then the rest of the messages work. This usually happens because some device in the end-to-end route is missing an ARP table entry. Now think about troubleshooting and what a working ping command tells us about the current behavior of this internetwork. First, focus on the big picture for a moment: R1 can send ICMP echo request messages to host B ( R1 sends these messages from its outgoing interface’s IP address (by default), in this
Wendell Odom (CCENT/CCNA ICND1 100-105 Official Cert Guide)
Host B can send ICMP echo reply messages to R1’s IP address (hosts send echo reply messages to the IP address from which the echo request was received).
Wendell Odom (CCENT/CCNA ICND1 100-105 Official Cert Guide)
First, to understand why the standard and extended ping results have different effects, consider first the standard ping command on R1, as shown previously in Figure 23-7. As a standard ping command, R1 used its LAN interface IP address ( as the source of the ICMP Echo. So, when the host (A) sent back its ICMP echo reply, host A considered the destination of as being on the same subnet. Host A’s ICMP echo reply message, sent back to, would work even if host A did not have a default router setting at all! In comparison, Figure 23-8 shows the difference when using an extended ping on Router R1. An extended ping from local Router R1, using R1’s S0/0/0 IP address of as the source of the ICMP echo request, means that host A’s ICMP echo reply will flow to an address in another subnet, which makes host A use its default router setting.
Wendell Odom (CCENT/CCNA ICND1 100-105 Official Cert Guide)
NTP Using a Loopback Interface for Better Availability An NTP server will accept NTP messages arriving to any of its IPv4 addresses by default. However, the clients reference a specific IP address on the NTP server. That creates an availability issue.
Wendell Odom (CCENT/CCNA ICND1 100-105 Official Cert Guide)
For instance, consider the topology in Figure 33-6, with Router R4 on the right acting as NTP server and the other routers acting as clients. R4 has three IP addresses that the clients could put in their ntp server address commands. Now consider what happens when one interface on R4 fails, but only one. No matter which of the three interfaces fails, that IP address on that interface cannot be used to send and receive packets. In that case, for any NTP clients that had referred to that specific IP address There would likely still be a route to reach R4 itself. The NTP client would not be able to send packets to the configured address because that interface is down.
Wendell Odom (CCENT/CCNA ICND1 100-105 Official Cert Guide)
Problem Isolation Using the ping Command Someone sends you an email or text, or a phone message, asking you to look into a user’s network problem. You Secure Shell (SSH) to a router and issue a ping command that works. What does that result rule out as a possible reason for the problem? What does it rule in as still being a possible root cause? Then you issue another ping to another address, and this time the ping fails. Again, what does the failure of that ping command tell you? What parts of IPv4 routing may still be a problem, and what parts do you now know are not a problem? The ping command gives us one of the most common network troubleshooting tools. When the ping command succeeds, it confirms many individual parts of how IP routing works, ruling out some possible causes of the current problem. When a ping command fails, it often helps narrow down where in the internetwork the
Wendell Odom (CCENT/CCNA ICND1 100-105 Official Cert Guide)
Ping Command Basics The ping command tests connectivity by sending packets to an IP address, expecting the device at that address to send packets back. The command sends packets that mean “if you receive this packet, and it is addressed to you, send a reply back.” Each time the ping command sends one of these packets and receives back the message sent back by the other host, the ping command knows a packet made it from the source host to the destination and back. More formally, the ping command uses the Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP), specifically the ICMP echo request and ICMP echo reply messages. ICMP defines many other messages as well, but these two messages were made specifically for connectivity testing by
Wendell Odom (CCENT/CCNA ICND1 100-105 Official Cert Guide)
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Many famous motivational speakers and influencers will tell you that you can get whatever you want in life but I will never tell you that. Do you know who else would not say that? Andrew Carnegie and John D. Rockefeller. But people love to be lied to and love entertaining fantasies, so they say I'm the one who doesn't know enough and that's why my thinking is limited. Well, have they tried to sell anything on a Chinese website or through an American or Canadian platform like Shopify? Many even tell me they plan to start their business using WordPress, which shows how ignorant they are of what their dreams need to become true. In reality, as soon as you start going through these paths you will see that you are stopped along the way. Many apps don't work in your country, and many markets are also not open to you due to location. In other cases, they claim to investigate you before deciding if you should have access to their features, while what they do is to simply look at your IP address. This happens to any industry, including the book industry.
Dan Desmarques
you typed the IP into your browser’s address bar instead, you’d actually end up in the exact same place without the routing: opens Google.com, opens Apple.com, and so on.
A.G. Riddle (The Atlantis Gene (The Origin Mystery, #1))
We can freely celebrate the surge of innovation, the rise of AI, the unprecedent speed of technological advancement and the generational breakthroughs in medicine, science and industry, but if we neglect to address the complex questions of IP, Data Privacy & Protection, we would have conquered the sea, yet leave a giant monster lurking at the bottom.
Peter-Cole C. Onele
The main focus areas of reconnaissance are: Network information: Details about the type of network, security weaknesses, domain name, and shared files, among others. Host information: Details about the devices connected to a network, including their IP addresses, Mac addresses, operating system, open ports, and running services, among others. Security infrastructure: Details about the security policies, security mechanisms employed, weaknesses in the security tools, and policies, among others.
Yuri Diogenes (Cybersecurity - Attack and Defense Strategies: Counter modern threats and employ state-of-the-art tools and techniques to protect your organization against cybercriminals)
The Internet Protocol (IP) functions at the Internet layer. Its responsibility is to provide a hardware-independent addressing scheme to the messages pass-through. Finally, it becomes the responsibility of the network access layer to transport the messages via the physical network.
Prabath Siriwardena (Advanced API Security: OAuth 2.0 and Beyond)
With the ability to iterate through IP addresses and ports, we will update our vulnerability-checking script. Now our script will test all 254 IP addresses on the 24 subnet with the ports offering telnet, SSH, smtp, http, imap, and https services.
T.J. O'Connor (Violent Python: A Cookbook for Hackers, Forensic Analysts, Penetration Testers and Security Engineers)
By the time you have finished reading this book, you should be comfortable and confident in your understanding of IP addresses, their formats, the grouping concepts, how to subdivide groups into subnets, how to interpret the documentation for existing networks’ IP addressing, and so on. Simply put, you had better know addressing and subnetting!
Wendell Odom (CCENT/CCNA ICND1 100-101 Official Cert Guide)
The node location can be determined by the rack and data center with reference to the node's IP address.
C.Y. Kan (Cassandra Data Modeling and Analysis)
Beyond collecting comprehensive data about the online activities of hundreds of millions of people, X-KEYSCORE allows any NSA analyst to search the system’s databases by email address, telephone number, or identifying attributes such as an IP address.
Glenn Greenwald (No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. Surveillance State)
Table of Content Chapter 1 - Basic Networking Elements 1) Network Types 2) Network Topologies 3) Network Components A. END DEVICES & MEANS FOR TRANSMISSION B. SWITCH C. ROUTER 4) How can we represent (or “draw”) a network ? 5) How computers communicate over the Internet ? Chapter 2 – Switches, Ethernet and MAC addresses What’s Ethernet ? Chapter 3 – Routers, IPv4 & IPv6 addresses Basic Routing concepts The IPv4 Protocol IPv4 Classes Public IP vs Private IP Configuring an IP address on Windows 7/8/10 The IPv6 Protocol Chapter 4 – TCP, UDP, Ports and Network Applications 1) TCP and UDP 2) Ports 3) Network Applications Chapter 5 - Cisco IOS & Intro to the CLI Introduction to the CLI - Basic Router Configurations LAB #1
Ramon Nastase (Computer Networking for Beginners: A Brief Introductory Guide in Computer Networking for Complete Beginners (Computer Networking Series Book 5))
Exact location unknown” struck him in the chest like an icepick. He refused to trust anyone and pledged that he would find her with his own methods. He knew the art of crafting code, of shaping symbols to carry out his will without forbearance. Almost unnoticed, a certain computer virus with directed propagation began to spread among IP addresses in Silicon Isle, infecting more and more machines and taking over web terminals frequented by the waste people.
Chen Qiufan (Waste Tide)
Cookies are code that sites attach to the IP address on a computer,
James Swain (The King Tides (Lancaster & Daniels, #1))
At pretty much every blogging job I’ve ever had, I’ve been told (by male managers) that the reason is money. It would be a death sentence to moderate comments and block the IP addresses of chronic abusers, because it “shuts down discourse” and guts traffic. I’ve heard a lot of lectures about the importance of neutrality. Neutrality is inherently positive, I’m told—if we start banning trolls and shutting down harassment, we’ll all lose our jobs. But no one’s ever shown me any numbers that support that claim, that harassment equals jobs. Not that I think traffic should trump employee safety anyway, but I’d love for someone to prove to me that it’s more than just a cop-out.
Lindy West (Shrill: Notes from a Loud Woman)
03:17 March 05, 2051 (GMT-5) IP Address: 78.878.826.69
Elliot Ackerman (2054: A Novel)