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Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)

is one of the Internet protocol suite's most important protocols. Its origins may be traced back to the first network implementation, when it was used to supplement the Internet Protocol (IP). As a result, TCP/IP is usually used to refer to the full suite. TCP ensures that a stream of octets (bytes) is delivered in a reliable, orderly, and error-checked manner between applications operating on hosts connected by an IP network. TCP, which is part of the TCP/IP suite, is used by major internet services such as the World Wide Web, email, remote administration, and file transfer. SSL/TLS is frequently used in conjunction with TCP.

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