Which statement or statements should you include Choose all that apply A

Which statement or statements should you include

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Which statement or statements should you include? (Choose all that apply) A. Drivers who are not trucking supervisors must use their assigned identifier to log on to use the supervisor Web application B. Logon information must be transmitted securely over the internet C. Trucking supervisors must log on to use the supervisor Web application D. Driver information, including drug test results, must be transmitted securely over the internet E. After they log on, trucking supervisors are authorized to view all drivers who are currently on probation Answer: B, C, D Explanation B,C,D: This is what the case study specifies. • We want a web application that enables trucking supervisors to use the Internet • Trucking supervisors will need to provide a user name and a password to access the web application. • Because drug-testing information is highly confidential, all information must be transmitted securely. • Supervisors should have access only to data that applies to the drivers who are assigned to them. Incorrect Answers: A: Drivers are not users of the system. E: This is not a requirement.
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Exam Name: Analyzing Requirements and Defining Microsoft .Net Solution Architectures Exam Type: Microsoft Exam Code: 70-300 Section Name: Case Studies + Practice Questions Section No: A, B Case Studies: 16 Total Questions: 251 Page 106 of 182 Question: 3 You are writing the technical specification for your solution. You need to specify the most appropriate and secure authentication mechanism for the Web application used by supervisors. Which authentication mechanism should you specify? A. IIS Integrated Windows authentication with Windows authentication mode in ASP.NET. B. IIS Basic authentication with SSL and no ASP.NET authentication. C. IIS Basic authentication with SSL and Windows authentication mode in ASP.NET. D. IIS Anonymous authentication with SSL and Forms authentication mode in ASP.NET. Answer: D Explanation: ASP.NET Forms authentication mode is required because we need to ensure that supervisors should have access only to data that applies to the drivers who are assigned to them. Using this provider causes unauthenticated requests to be redirected to a specified HTML form using client side redirection. Forms authentication uses cookies to allow applications to track users throughout their visit. The way ASP.NET handles forms authentication is probably very similar to the methods you have used in classic ASP. When a user logs in via forms authentication, a cookie is created and used to track the user throughout the site. If the user requests a page that is secure and has not logged in, then the user will be redirected to the login page. Once the user has been successfully authenticated, he/she will be redirected to their originally requested page.
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