I have a network I'm responsible for routing signals through. You can think of the network as a directed graph of nodes (hardware) but each edge is really a pipe capable of fitting a specific ...
It's a common knowledge that since the IT industry develops very quickly, most of the skills get outdated fairly rapidly: jQuery, .NET, Ruby on Rails, etc. They change all the time so that it is ...
I'm working on an application, that does IP routing and QoS. Today we have the QoS implemented, with 3 priorities (low, normal and high) and for each level we create a Queue and as soon as the ...
I would like to improve the TOR network, where the exit nodes are a vulnerability to concealing traffic. From my understanding, traffic to .onion sites are not decrypted by exit nodes, so therefore - ...