Traditional network computing applications involve communication between two computers. However, some important emerging applications such as LAN TV, desktop conferencing, corporate broadcasts, and collaborative computing require simultaneous communication between groups of computers. There are three ways to design multipoint networking applications: unicast, broadcast, and multicast. Ethernet and FDDI, for example, support unicast,. An individual computer can listen to a unicast address, several multicast addresses, and the broadcast address. Token Ring also supports the concept of multicast addressing but uses a different technique.
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By intelligently testing up to billions of combinations of dynamically generated input, beSTORM ensures the security and reliability of your products prior to deployment.
It is also used around the world by government and industry certification centers to ensure that products are secure before purchase and deployment. Unlike static testing tools, beSTORM does not require source code and can therefore be used to test extremely complicated products with a large code base.
In comparison static source code testing tools must have access to the source code and testing very large code bases can be problematic. These methods of testing are unique compared to older generation tools that use a fixed number of attack signatures to locate known vulnerabilities in products. This results in a full featured, versatile, and efficient tool that can help your QA team ensure the reliability and security of your software development project.
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