hypertext transfer protocol

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Noun1.hypertext transfer protocol - a protocol (utilizing TCP) to transfer hypertext requests and information between servers and browsershypertext transfer protocol - a protocol (utilizing TCP) to transfer hypertext requests and information between servers and browsers
communications protocol, protocol - (computer science) rules determining the format and transmission of data
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In a technical overview, the researchers explained how they discovered unknown traffic to/from a server hosted on a European virtual private server provider originating from a Chrome extension titled "Change HTTP Request Header.
They soon discovered it was generated by a Chrome extension called HTTP Request Header as it used the infected machine to surreptitiously visit advertising-related Web links.
Having such a low http request processing rate for Glastopf compared to other production severs can have two main problems in achieving its goals.
The website was working at its usual rate of 3500 times per second in the HTTP request (garbage request).
Reflective XSS occurs when applications mix untrusted data provided in an HTTP request with HTTP response content that is rendered without proper encoding.
In addition, to help network operators, this work describes a fine-grained categorization method by generating fingerprints from HTTP request methods for each malware family and unsafe ad libraries.
The malign website injects a HTML or HTTP request for the legitimate site into the user's (prey) session thereby compromising the reliability of the legitimate site.
The solution also enabled the client to intelligently route users' traffic based on http request to respective web and application servers, and the result was that IndiaFirst Life was able to position Array Solution acting as a web server / reverse proxy in front of application infrastructure.
That is, write code, host it on the server, and display the UI through HTTP request (from the browser) to facilitate the desired pedagogy (i.
To use these services in a speech-enabled application, the developer has to employ speech technology to determine what the user wants to do, translate his intent to an API call to the appropriate service, and then send an HTTP request to the service.
The captured content can be obtained by the clients via simple HTTP request with URL constructed by using the channel name, start and/or end time of the event.
Making calls to a REST Web service is significantly and obviously easier than making calls to a SOAP Web service; the former only involves constructing an HTTP request with appropriate parameters appended to it.