Term Description
TFTP TFTP (Trivial File Transfer Protocol) is a simplified version of FTP that uses UDP, rather than TCP for data transport. It is easier to implement than FTP, but it is insecure (no authentication), lacks directory services, and UDP is not a reliable transport protocol.

TFTP is intended for use with small file transfers, often used to allow diskless devices to boot over the network, or for firmware transfers.
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