Terms in this set (13)
The protocol that transports Web pages across the
Internet, requiring a server on one end and a client
program on the other.
A logical connection point that can be used for remote
Web server administration.
An HTTP server application included with Microsoft
server operating systems.
The default connection number reserved for SSL
Computer software that serves X/HTML documents over
the Internet, intranets, extranets, local area networks
(LANs) and wide area networks (WANs).
A protocol for transferring data (such as user-submitted
form data) between an HTTP server and a server-side
Any technology that performs functions on the Web
server based on client input.
A server-side technology created by Sun Microsystems
that can run on multiple platforms, as long as Java code
processing is enabled.
An open protocol that provides data security through
encryption, server authentication, message integrity and
optional client authentication.
An XML-based application for syndicating Web site
The default connection number reserved for HTTP
A server-side technology created by Microsoft that runs
best on IIS but can be ported to other platforms.
An open-source HTTP server application that runs on
multiple operating systems.
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