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TRUSTING NETWORK NAME RESOLUTIONTRUSTING NETWORK NAME RESOLUTIONOVERVIEW OF THE SINThis sin is more understandable than most—we absolutely have to rely on name resolution to function in most realistic scenarios. After all, you really don’t want to have to remember that http://126.96.36.199 is an IPv4 address for one of the many English-customized web servers at www.google.com, nor do you want to have to deal with the nuisance of updating a file on your system if something changes.…
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