Invisible Web | The World Wide Web as we know it represents just 4% of networked web pages — the remaining 96% of pages make up what many refer to as the “Invisible Internet,” “Invisible Web” or “Deep Web.” #infographic #invisibleweb
Vortex Fog enables the secure forwarding of data between Fog subsystems containing edge node applications communicating with each other on a Local Area Network (LAN) and other nodes and subsystems that are connected over a Wide Area Network (WAN). Vortex Fog can be configured to ensure that only 'data of interest' is forwarded to the WAN in order to optimize network bandwidth.
China Launches Hack-Proof Quantum Satellite To Transfer Secure Data by Aditya TiwariShort Bytes: China has launched a new satellite which would be used for Quantum Key Distribution between the space and Earth using laser beams thrown at the ground stations. In the experimental phase the project would be confined to China and Europe.China recently came up with the futuristic straddle bus which gained the attention of shutterbugs around the globe. Another development from the Asian country is…
Wide area networks cover a large geographic area like a city, a country or multiple countries. WANs normally connect multiple LANs and other smaller-scale area networks. WANs are built by large telecommunication companies and other corporations using highly-specialized equipment not found in consumer stores. The Internet is an example of a WAN that joins local and metropolitan area networks across the world.