Loop is a concept that is used in almost all programming language for executing a single statement or collection of statements several times depending on the condition. In this chapter, you will know about the effective way or concept through which you can iterate multiple lines in a C# program.
Almost all programming language needs the concept of the data type. Since C# is a strongly typed language, it is essential to inform the compiler what kind of data these memory locations will hold. In this chapter, you will learn about the different data types that are supported by C#.
What Are Constructors? Constructors are a special type of methods that are associated with a class and get automatically invoked when the classes instance (i.e., objects) are created. Like other member functions, i.e., methods, these constructors also contain specific instructions […]
Access modifiers are also known as access specifiers that are used to preserve the concept of encapsulation of data by specifically restricting the access of variable data using some particular keywords. These are used to specify a specific variable's accessibility or scope as well as functionality within a C# application.
C# is rich in features and keywords which help in making the language strong and versatile. Keywords are reserved words with special meaning that is known to the compiler. These keywords also have special significance and hence cannot be used as identifier name for variable-name, class-name or interface-name.
Like maintaining the privacy of some of our real-world stuff are essential. Similarly, each and everyone's personal data on the web also needs some privacy. In this chapter, you as a security professional must need to have a fair idea of how different tools, concepts, and technologies are used to preserve privacy.
What Are Intrusion Detection and Intrusion Prevention? It is the process of examining and monitoring the events that are coming and going through your network and analyzing and detecting all the potential violations of policies, incidents threats of your network. […]