4-4_E-Business_and_Internet_Technology.pptx

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E-Business and Internet Technology British Institute of Technology and E- Commerce
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Internet Architecture The Five layer of Internet Application Layer Transport Layer Network Layer Data Link Layer Physical Layer
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Internet Architecture
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TCP/IP TCP/IP Protocol stands for Transmission Control Protocol/ Internet Protocol. It defines how electronic devices (computers) get connected over the internet and how should be transmitted between them. Security is a TCP/IP problem.
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TCP/IP Protocol
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Address Resolution Protocol Used to convert an IP address to a physical address as an Ethernet address. Identification and Verification problem Man-in-the-middle Denial-of-Services
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Basic concepts of E-Commerce Business to Consumer (B2C) Consumers deal directly with the organization without intermediate Business to Business (B2B) Participants are organization Consumer to Consumer (C2C) Participants are individuals, with one serving as the buyer and the other as the seller
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