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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All websites bearing the HTTP protocol will now be marked as 'Not Secure' on the Google Chrome web browser starting July this year.
By 1990 Berners-Lee had many of the main components of the internet down, including HTML language and HTTP protocol, and by the end of the year had created the first website (http://info.
The problem with this scenario: The HTTP protocol is not secure.
The process included not only reconfiguring the web service, but also updating any links that may have been previously hard-coded with the HTTP protocol.
Presentation remote access to devices via the built-in graphical interface based on http protocol to improve the supervision and management,
The files are then executed and the HTTP protocol is used.
Based on a RESTful HTTP protocol, CDMI provides both a data path and control path for cloud storage and standardises a common interoperable format for securely moving data and its associated data requirements from cloud to cloud.
They could, therefore, not use equipment designed to optimise ordinary Web traffic that used the more standard HTTP protocol.
HTTP Inspection: This provides more granular control to protect against emerging web threats by allowing administrators to identify behavior and filter web traffic according to any characteristic of the HTTP protocol.
For example, CHANC uses HTTP protocol as a carrier protocol (explained in section 3.
For example, the HTTP protocol is ideal for publishing on the Web, but you cannot use the HTTP protocol to build a VI that listens for data that another VI creates.
Yes, Berners-Lee did a fantastic job creating the HTTP protocol, which revolutionised the public use of the Internet as you now know it.