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HTTP stands for Hypertext Transfer Protocol. It is the network protocol used to deliver virtually all files and other data across the Internet.
Hyper Text Transfer Protocol over Secure
an internet standard that permits the process of files uploading and downloading with others computers on the internet
Transfer Communication Protocol - the protocol takes data from user's application and passes it to the Internet Protocol (IP).
Internet Message Access Protocol
Network Access Point - is where different networks interconnect, such as your home network onto the Internet.
Point of Presence - is an access point through your service provider (ISP) to the Internet.
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
Automatic Private IP Addressing
A packet-switching protocol that is actually a set of related protocols that can guarantee packets are delivered in the correct oder and can handle differences in transmission and reception rates
User Datagram Protocol
Secure Sockets Layer
Domain Name System
Remote Terminal Emulation / Telnet
SSH and SFTP
Secure File Transfer Protocol
LDAP clear text
Ports 161 and 162
Ports 137, 138, and 139
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol
Common Internet File System