Learn to use the implementation of asynchronous Win32 sockets without the use of MFC.
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Use this simple tool to display and modify the IP-to-Physical address translation tables used by ARP (Address Resolution Protocol), such as Windows command-line arp.exe.
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Most available web filters work inline, meaning that all outgoing and incoming packets are passed through a filter driver. This approach along with its own benefits has a big flaw; the filtering process affects data transfer throughput. Learn about an experimental remedy to this issue by putting the filter engine in sniffer mode. This way, the filtering process and data transfer act independently.
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