Subtopic: Network Software
Articles about different types of software used to connect with a remote device over a network.
What Is uTorrent?
µTorrent, also spelt as uTorrent, is a free BitTorrent client that was developed by Rainberry, Inc with over 150 million users...
What Is Traceroute?
Traceroute, also known as tracert, is a command-line utility used to display the path the data packet took from its source to destination...
What Is PuTTy?
PuTTY is a free terminal emulator software that can act as a client for the SSH, Telnet, and rlogin protocols with an xterm terminal...
What Is IIS?
Short for Internet Information Services, IIS, originally called Internet Information Server, is a web server software that was...
What Is Wireshark?
Wireshark, originally called Ethereal, is a free program that is used for analysing data packets and browsing the traffic that...
What Is FileZilla?
FileZilla is a free FTP client used for remotely connecting to web servers to upload and download files that was released on 22...
What Is A Cancelbot?
A cancelbot is a program that automatically sends messages to bulletin-board Usenet internet newsgroups to delete certain posti...
What Is Ping?
Ping is a software application that uses a command-line interface to test the reachability of a computer network by sending a s...
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