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This blog was created in 2009 as a personal blog focused on IT topics. During its history, it has been hosted at blog platforms like and University of Salamanca’s Diarium service, but today it is moving to its own web site.   The blog is rebranded with a new name and domain: RunModule […]

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IPv6 was developed to substitute IPv4, as it was expected to run out of addresses. IPv6 Address An IPv6 uses 128 bits. While IPV4 is represented by decimal numbers, IPv6 uses hexadecimal numbers. There are 8 blocks of hexadecimal numbers, representing each one 16 bits. Each block is separated using colons (:). Example of IPv6 […]

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IPv4 Address An IPv4 address represent a single device in an IP network. IPv4 addresses consist of 32 bits. Example: 11000110001100110110010000000000 These 32 bits are usually divided in 4 octets, and separated with a dot. Example: 11000110.00110011.01100100.00000000 In order to become more familiar for human, they are usually represented using decimal notation. Example:   […]

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List of anonymous Website Surfing Sites

Anonymous website surfing sites are also called anonymizers. List of anonymous website surfing sites: Anonymizer Web Proxy Server Anonymous Proxy Servers Zendproxy Proxify Guardster Anonymouse Boomproxy Anype Spysurfing One of the most popular is Anonymizer List of anonymous website surfing sites Anonymizer Web Proxy Server Anonymous Proxy Servers Zendproxy Proxify […]

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