The measure of how much data can be sent over a network connection, for example between your router and the broadband provider’s network, at a point in time.
Short for “binary unit”; this is a single digit of information, which is a 1 or 0.
A term used to describe high-speed Internet service. The term comes from the fact that a broad range of frequencies is used to attain high information exchange rates.
A program used to access content on the Internet.
Defeating a password or encrypted data by successively trying a large number of possibilities; for example, exhaustively trying password combinations using a dictionary attack program.
A standard-size “chunk” of computer language or network ...