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TLS (Transport Layer Security)
-It enables secure web browsing,application access,data transfer.
-It prevent the data from any type of corruption.
-It consists of two protocol layers:
TLS Handshake Protocol
TLS Record Protocol

SSL (Secure Socket Layer)
- SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is a standard security protocol for establishing encrypted links between a web server and a browser in an online communication.
RELAY SERVER
- A relay is a service that allows you to send emails,and for that purpose it has a full fledged server.
Examples of relay server
-Microsoft Exchange
-IMail by IPSwitch
-Mail Enable by Mail Enable
MUA (Mail User Agent)
-It is a program that allows you to receive and send e-mail messages
Common examples are : Microsoft Outlook & Edoura .
MTA (Mail Transfer Agent)
An MTA is a mail transfer agent & it is only responsible for the transport, delivery, and forwarding of e-mail.
IMAP & POP3
-IMAP and POP3 both are methods used by your computer to access e-mail messages from a remote server.
DIFFERENCE ???
Windows Registry
-Brain of the Computer.

-It is a hierarchical database that contains all of the configurations and settings of the Windows.
Lets Get In Detail
-The Registry contains two basic elements:
keys and values.
-The registry contains 5 main keys:
1- HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT
4- HKEY_USERS
2- HKEY_CURRENT_USER
3- HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
5- HKEY_CURRENT_CONFIG
values
Group Policies
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