So I’ve been reading a bit lately about Unicast Flooding and, in some blogs/forums, this issue surfaces as something which should be fixed! Here is the thing – not all scenarios require this fixing! As you will see, unless you change some default parameters, Unicast Flooding will happen in your network at some stage! What you… Continue reading

Through part I we’ve seen what exactly we are trying to achieve through security; we’ve also seen what types of encryption there is and looked at three examples. In part II we learnt that signing is the same as encrypting a message-digest with a private key. However if we need to actually encrypt a message, we would use public-key encryption.  One thing… Continue reading