Note: Privacy law necessitates a warning that whenever a person follows external links, such as watching videos, he or she may be exposed to unintended third party tracking.
Lesson 1: Wires, Cables, and WIFI
Lesson 4: HTTP and HTML
Software engineer Tess Winlock introduces how the physical infrastructure of the Internet moves information.
Tumblr founder David Karp and Xbox program manager Jasmine Lawrence give a detailed description of how files and web pages are sent and received using HTTP and HTML.
Lesson 2: IP Addresses and DNS
Lesson 5: Encryption and Public Keys
The co-founder of the Internet Vint Cerf and software engineer Paola Mejia explain the ins and outs of how networks talk to each other.
Lesson 3: Packet, Routers, and Reliability
Lesson 6: Cyber Security and Crime
Spotify engineer Lynn Root and Vint Cerf, Father of the Internet, explain how information on the Internet is broken down into packets, and how to ensure that information is reliably received.
Google Security Princess Parisa Tabriz and Jenny Martin from Symantec introduce the most common types of cyber crime, including viruses, malware, DDOS attacks, and phishing scams.
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