TFTP (Trivial File Transfer Protocol) is a simplified version of FTP (File Transfer Protocol). It was designed to be easy and simple. TFTP leaves out many authentication features of FTP and it runs on UDP port 69. As it is very lightweight, it is still used for different purposes.
If you’re running a HTTP server and want to rate limit user requests, and most of the frameworks are providing their own middleware.
But if you want something simple and lightweight – or just want to learn – it’s not too difficult to roll your own middleware to handle rate limiting.
DHCP stands for dynamic host configuration protocol and is a network protocol used on IP networks where a DHCP server automatically assigns an IP address and other information to each host on the network so they can communicate efficiently with other endpoints.
DHCP snooping is a security feature that acts as a firewall between untrusted hosts and trusted DHCP servers.
To protect your network against rogue DHCP servers and remove malicious or malformed DHCP traffic, the DHCP snooping needs to be configured on LAN switches to block the unwanted traffic.
We all make small mistakes every day. Unfortunately, some of these mistakes are unforgivable because we end up destroying or losing data for various reasons.
By the time you finish reading this article, you will know how to get your static websites up and running securely on AWS using Terraform. This can be a very cost-effective way of hosting a website.
By the time you finish reading this article, you will know how to get your static websites up and running using AWS S3.