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"localhost:8888" is a network address that refers to the local computer or device (i.e., "localhost") and a specific communication endpoint or port number (i.e., "8888").
Port 8888 is commonly used by various applications, including web servers, proxy servers, and network monitoring tools. Some of the popular applications that may use port 8888 include:
- Jupyter Notebook: It is a web-based interactive computing platform that allows users to create and share documents containing live code, equations, visualizations, and narrative text.
- Squid Proxy Server: It is a caching and forwarding HTTP web proxy that can be used to improve web server performance by caching frequently accessed pages and reducing the number of requests sent to the web server.
- Charles Proxy: It is a cross-platform proxy application that allows users to monitor, intercept, and debug HTTP and SSL/TLS traffic between the web browser and the web server.
It is important to note that multiple applications can use the same port number simultaneously, but each application must have a unique combination of IP address and port number to establish a connection.
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