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host·name

 (hōst′nām′)
n.
The name used to identify a host on a computer network.
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After the certificate is verified for its legitimacy, the next step is to verify the server's hostname.
The information collected on each of these defacement databases includes the hostname, domain, or URL of the defacement, the defacer, the defacement date, and the IP address that hosted the defacement.
These search strings may be in the form of a domain, hostname, URL, IP address, email address, MD5, SHA1 or SHA256.
Specify the IP or hostname of the machine you want to connect to and provide valid credentials to log-in to the account there.
Go Daddy is world's largest domain name registrar and the largest paid hostname provider in the world, according to Netcraft Ltd.
Once installed on a computer, vSkimmer gathers information about the OS, including its version, unique GUID identifier, default language, hostname, and active username.
Para no utilizar todo el ancho de banda de upload, este se configura con menos clientes, en este caso 15; se da otro nombre al password, por seguridad; en el hostname se cambia localhost por el nombre que se elije en la cuenta no-ip, en este caso emisoracolegioaa.