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websites. HTTP a. HTML b. DHTML c. VRML d. The ____________ technology is used for authentication of the website users, session tracking as also for 2. maintaining certain information about the users. XML a. Cookie b. XTML c. HTML d. Which of following statements is false? 3. A cookie is a piece of text that is sent by a server to a web client, and returned by the client, each time it a. uses that server. Unsatisfactory cookies are cookies that might allow access to personally identifiable information that could b. be used for a secondary purpose without your consent. Satisfactory cookies are cookies that might allow access to personally identifiable information that could c. be used for a secondary purpose without your consent. Cookies serve as the means to identify a particular user. d. The second purpose of using the cookie technology is to differentiate between two/many______________. 4. LAN users a. static users b. cookie user c. website users d. The transfer of web pages between a server and a browser happens by the means of _____________. 5. Hypertext Transfer Protocol a. Network protocol b. Internet protocol c. Internetwork protocol d. _______________is defined as the act of manipulating the contents in the cookies before they are sent to the 6. server. Cookie positioning a. Cookie poisoning b. Cookie marking c. Cookie interfacing d.
81/ ADTU OLE Which of the following cookie is stored as a file on your computer, and it remains there when you close Internet 7. Explorer? Session a. Temporary b. Persistent c. First-party d. Which of the following cookie is stored only for your current browsing session, and is deleted from your 8. computer when you close your browser? Persistent a. First-party b. Third-party c. Temporary d. A __________cookie either originates on or is sent to the Website you are currently viewing. 9. first-party a. persistent b. temporary c. session d. A __________cookie either originates on or is sent to a Website different from the one you are currently 10. viewing. third-party a. first-party b. temporary c. session d.
Introduction to Internet 82/ ADTU OLE Chapter VII Internet Connectivity Aim The aim of this chapter is to: introduce the dial-up connection from a computer describe accessing internet through leased line highlight the concept of connecting to internet through mobile phone Objectives The objectives of this chapter are to: elucidate connecting to internet through cable network explain the requirements for accessing internet through leased line describe the process for connecting to internet through mobile phone Learning outcome At the end of this chapter, you will be able to: understand the different requirements for using internet through dial-up connection comprehend the requirement for connecting to internet through cable network enlist the steps to access Internet through dial- up connection
83/ ADTU OLE 7.1 Dial-up Connection from PC The most popular way of accessing Internet is through a Dial-up connection from your PC. The digital data from the computer is converted by the modem to analog form and is passed on to the telephone line. At the other end,

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