Torrent file sharing is one of the best thing ever to be made, it made sharing files of that are in the Gigabytes range effortless. One of the best features it has is its resume capabilities, this means should you lose internet connection for a moment or day (God forbid) it will resume on the progress it already made. I know you have the same questions that I have, if gravity stops things from falling into space but what’s stopping earth to float away, just kidding, I know the answer but how does torrent do this, traditionally you would download a file from one source/server, but torrent makes it possible you to download from multiple sources, using Peer to Peer technology (P2P).
Seeding: after you’ve finished your download to help distribute it (you distribute the file while downloading, but it’s even more helpful if you continue to distribute the full file even after you have finished downloading). Chances are that most of the data you got was from seeds, the client will continue seeding until the torrent is removed (right-click the torrent, then hit Remove). Proper practice is to seed until the ratio of upload:download is at least 1.00. Remember it’s all up to you whether you want to seed or not, but your download was made faster by someone who seeded, how about we return the favor right. And this means that when a file has no seeds, two lifetimes won’t even matter, you cannot download that file.
So, to answer the question you are not asking because you don’t want to offend anybody, Seeding does not harm your computer.
As they are referred to in torrenting terms, leechers, are those who are downloading and uploading at the same time.
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Distributed Denial of Service (DDos)
It is a destructive attack make an online service unavailable by overwhelming it with traffic from multiple sources. It is generally used to target a variety of important resources, ranging from banks, newspaper websites up to personal blogs. This attack is sorely based on breaking access to online information or services between businesses and clients. Many times companies/victims bounce back by putting their servers back online but at that time the damage in costs as a result of down time has been already done.
- Low Orbit Ion Cannon (LOIC) – LOIC Download here
- R-U-Dead-Yet – Download Rudy Here
- Tor’s Hammer – Tor’s Hammer Download here
- DDOSIM—Layer 7 DDOS Simulator – Download DDOSIM here
- XOIC – Download XOIC here
- HULK (HTTP Unbearable Load King) – Download HULK here
- PyLoris – Download PyLoris
- GoldenEye HTTP Denial Of Service Tool – Download Golden eye here
- DAVOSET – Download DAVOSET here
- OWASP – Download OWASP here
- Block/Blacklist rapidly repeating IP’S
- Create multiple layers
This happens entirely way to often, those who know what I am talking about know the walk of shame you have to do to get back at the queue. So I have two solutions, and this solutions will work only with Merensky Library. Here is a step by step instruction to login
- when you at you login screen, click on Computer Only Logon (Red box)
- Logon to the computer with Username: portal, Password: portal just as in picture below. The same method can be followed for Natural Science Labs computers with username: user, Password: Left blank (Please do not type “Left blank”)
- After the computer has logged on, click on hidden icons. And right click on the Red “N”
- Choose Novell Login (Red Box)
- Enter your credentials, and just like that no more walk of shame back to the queue.
- If this does not work, get back in line! Just kidding, I need friends. Anyways if that does not work, you will need to locate the LAN cable behind the CPU (Black box), LAN cable is grey, unplug it from where the blue arrow points, and then plug it back at the same port, and restart the computer and login directly to Novell.
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