Private, Public and Illegal IP Addresses

What is a Public IP address Public IP Addresses (also known as Static IP Addresses) are IP addresses that are visible to the public.Because these ip addresses are public, they allow other people to know about and access your computer, like a Web server.In some cases, you do not want people to access your computer or you want to restrict [...]


How to Restrict Android App Permissions

Android forces you to agree to every permission an app wants, assuming you want to use the app. After rooting your device, you can manage permissions on a per-app basis. Restricting permissions allows you to protect your contacts and other private data from apps that demand access you’d rather not allow. Many apps will continue working [...]


Rooting an Android device [How-to & Why]

You’d have probably heard from people who’re “rooting” their Android phones. If you’ve ever wondered how to do that by yourself – or wondered why people would bother to do so – you’re in luck. You can root your Android in just a few minutes. After rooting your device, you have full access to the entire system and can [...]

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IPv4 Addressing

IPv4 address are 32 bit long addressing schemes. example:- in this ip address 192=8 bits, 168=8 bits, 100=8 bits, 1=8 bits, and these 8 bit characters are also known as an OCTET There are 5 classes of IPv4 addresses, in these 5 classes only 3 are usable as host addresses. From those 3 classess there are two ranges known as [...]


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