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refers to supplemental data placed at the beginning of a block of data being stored or transmittedSource: Wikipedia

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act of hitting the ball with the headSource: Wikipedia

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Linux kernel also called Kernel header

one of the most prominent examples of Open Source softwareSource: Wikipedia

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TCP Timestamps also called TCP Header

defined in RFC 1323, help TCP compute the round-trip time between the sender and receiverSource: Wikipedia

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X-Forwarded-For also called XFF header

header is supported by most proxy servers, including Squid, Apache modproxy, Pound, Varnish cache, IronPort Web Security Appliance , Radware AppXcel, F5 Big-IP , Blue Coat ProxySG, Cisco Cache Engine, Finjan's Vital Security, NetApp NetCache, jetNEXUSource: Wikipedia

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BitTorrent protocol encryption also called Protocol header encryption

Message stream encryption , or Protocol header encrypt are related features of some peer-to-peer file-sharing clients, including BitTorrent clientsSource: Wikipedia

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Kieran Nugent also called Kieran "Header" Nugent

a volunteer in the Provisional Irish Republican Army and best known for being the first IRA 'blanket man' in the H-BlocksSource: Wikipedia

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Page header

which are often the same from page to page, with merely small differences in information, such as page numberSource: Wikipedia

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Van Jacobson TCP/IP Header Compression

a data compression protocol described in RFC 1144, specifically designed by Van Jacobson to improve TCP/IP performance over slow serial linksSource: Wikipedia

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Include guard also called Header guard

an #include guard, sometimes called a macro guard, is a particular construct used to avoid the problem of double inclusion when dealing with the #include directiveSource: Wikipedia

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Header file

In computer programming, particularly in the C and C++ programming languages, a header file or include file is a file, usually in the form of source code, that is automatically included in another source file by the compilerSource: Wikipedia

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Subnetwork Access Protocol also called SNAP header

a mechanism for multiplexing, on networks using IEEE 802.2 LLC, more protocols than can be distinguished by the 8-bit 802.2 Service Access Point (SAP) fieldsSource: Wikipedia

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Standard library also called Standard header

for a programming language is the library that is conventionally made available in every implementation of that languageSource: Wikipedia

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ROHC also called Robust Header Compression

a standardized method to compress the IP, UDP, RTP, and TCP headers of Internet packetsSource: Wikipedia

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A library, usually in C or C++, is called header-only if the full definitions of all macros, functions and classes comprising the library are visible to the compiler in a header / include file formSource: Wikipedia

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HTTP header injection

a general class of web application security vulnerability which occurs when Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) headers are dynamically generated based on user inputSource: Wikipedia

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Prefix header

a feature found in some C or C++ compilers used to simplify code and/or to reduce compilation timeSource: Wikipedia

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E-mail also called E-mail header

often abbreviated to e-mail, email, or originally eMail, is a store-and-forward method of writing, sending, receiving and saving messages over electronic communication systemsSource: Wikipedia

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Header checksum

refers to the basic protection used in the header of IP packets against data corruptionSource: Wikipedia

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Transmission Control Protocol also called TCP Header

(TCP) is one of the core protocols of the Internet Protocol SuiteSource: Wikipedia

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Doubleheader also called Double header

(baseball) - Two baseball games played between the same two teams on the same daySource: Wikipedia

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