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What is a peer-to-peer network?
September 8, 2021
Internet Security

What is a peer-to-peer network?

P2P networks (and P2P software) allows 2 devices to communicate directly, without necessitating a third party to interfere.
Magali Collins
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Magali Collins
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Magali is like the rockstar of the tech world, with a solid background in IT services, and a knack for computer and network security. Magali shines in the cybersecurity arena and its posse—covering everything from growth hacking to digital and performance marketing, and even throwing in some content magic. And guess what? Magali can jam in both the B2B and B2C realms!

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