Back Orifice (BO) is a remote administration system that allows a user to take full control of a computer remotely running the Microsoft Windows operating system (OS) across a TCP/IP connection, either through a simple console or graphical user interface (GUI). BO actually gives the remote machine more control over a local area network (LAN) or...
Although the 802.11ac standard is still a few years away from implementation, the time to start thinking about whether to focus on Ethernet or go wireless is now.
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