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- A popular implementation
of TCP/IP and associated protocols for amateur packet
radio systems. See also: TCP/IP Protocol Suite.
- Kilobits (thousand - or
strictly 2 to the power 10 - bits) per second.
- Kentish MAN
- Metropolitan Area
Network for Kent (there is no MAN of Kent).
- Kerberos is the security
system of MIT's Project Athena. It is based on
symmetric key cryptography. See also: encryption.
- A popular file transfer
protocol developed by Columbia University. Because
Kermit runs in most operating environments, it
provides an easy method of file transfer. Kermit is
NOT the same as FTP. See also: File Transfer Protocol
- The level of an
operating system or networking system that contains
the system-level commands or all of the functions
hidden from the user. In a Unix system, the kernel is
a program that contains the device drivers, the memory
management routines, the scheduler, and system calls.
This program is always running while the system is
- A "Knowledge
Robot" is a program which seeks out information
based on specified criteria. "Knowbot," as
trademarked by CNRI, refers specifically to the search
engine for Knowbot Information Services. See also:
Corporation for National Research Initiatives, X.500,
white pages, whois, netfind. [Source: RFC1983]
- Knowbot Information
- An experimental
directory service. See also: white pages, WHOIS,
X.500. [Source: RFC1983]
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