Undesirable sharing - fundamentals of networks, Computer Networking

Undesirable Sharing

With  the good  comes  the bad  while  networking  allow  the easy  sharing  of useful  information it also  the sharing  of undesirable  data. One significant sharing  problem in this regard has to  do with  viruses which are easily spread over  network  and the  internet. these  effects cost  more time money  and administrative effort.

 

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