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TCP/IP

Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol Informatics The suite of computer protocols and rules for exchanging packets of information over networks, including the Internet. See IP Number, Internet, UNIX.
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TCP/IP

The standard communication algorithm that governs and facilitates data transmission on the Internet and on many private computing networks.
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(iv) Uploading: an upload method (wget, tftp, or echoloader) is used to transfer the worm binary file, compiled for the target architecture type.
"European TFTP" would be aimed at enabling the EU to extract
The procedure required for the FTP download is similar to that used for TFTP file transfers.
officials maintained that their program was legal, over the course of the program, SWIFT executives became increasingly concerned about the TFTP's legality and how a program they had envisioned as a short term response to 9/11 was continuing on for years.
This Note seeks to adapt and apply the universally accepted system of financial information exchange that was first developed as an anti-money-laundering tool, and later embraced as a counter-terrorism finance instrument, to the PNR data transfer and TFTP issues introduced above.
Part II of this Note describes the basic framework and functions of SWIFT, explains the creation, purpose, and authority of the TFTP and highlights the relationship between the two.
The resolution also reiterates a call to suspend the Terrorist Finance Tracking Programme (TFTP) agreement with the US.
Since 9/11, the United States Treasury Department, under a program known as the Terrorist Finance Tracking Program (TFTP), had been collecting vast quantities of financial data on bank transfers and other types of operations from the Belgian private entity the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications (SWIFT).
The AS70R series devices all come built-in with the latest ADM 2.3 (ASUSTOR Data Master) operating system which features newly refreshed graphics and a variety of new enterprise features such as proxy server connections, TFTP support, Windows ACL support, and SMB 2.0 support which increases Windows networking performance by 30%-50%.
Moraes, who sought support from the other political groups, also urges the European Commission to suspend two key agreements already in force: Safe Harbour, which allows US companies to certify their compliance with EU law to obtain authorisation to transfer European personal data to the United States, and SWIFT (or Terrorist Finance Tracking Programme, TFTP), which gives Washington access to interbank data managed by the private firm SWIFT, based in Belgium.