FTP

File Transfer Protocol (FTP): FTP is used to transfer files between different computers on a network. FTP is typically used to upload files to a server from a remote location. While FTP can be used to download files, web-based downloads are typically processed over...

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Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP): The HTTP protocol uses TCPTransmission Control Protocol: TCP divides data into data packets that can be sent safely and quickly while minimizing the chance of data loss. It offers a stable and reliable mechanism for the transmission...

UDP

User Datagram Protocol: UDPUser Datagram Protocol: UDP is a connectionless protocol that offers low latency and a loss tolerant implementation. UDP is used with processes that do not need to verify that the receiving device has received a datagram. is a connectionless...

TCP

Transmission Control Protocol: TCPTransmission Control Protocol: TCP divides data into data packets that can be sent safely and quickly while minimizing the chance of data loss. It offers a stable and reliable mechanism for the transmission of data packets in an...

POP3

Post Office Protocol 3 (POP3Post Office Protocol 3 (POP3): POP3 is one of the three email protocols. It is most commonly used by email clients to allow email to be received. This protocol uses TCP for the administration and delivery of an e-mail.): POP3 is one of the...