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    lily chee Guest

    Internet browser, cookies, W3c, Web client/Server & web postals


    1. Both Netscape Navigator and Internet Explorer are loaded with
    functionality and user-configurable settings. One of their drawbacks
    is that the level of complexity is high. I not understand
    about the security option, and both browsers have defaults that
    reduce the level of security for the user. Who can tell me few features
    available in bothe these browsers? What are their differences if compare
    and contrast
    the features?

    2. Pretend you are the CEO of a large insurance company with thousands
    of clients. Many of your clients are required to share with you
    information about their possessions, their salaries, and their
    various health risks. Obviously, your customers trust that you will
    keep this information confidential. A large part of your business
    is built on the trust you have established with your customers and
    your good name. Many companies have survived on their good names alone.
    Now, say that you discover that hackers broke into your system,
    compromised some accounts, stole some information, and deleted some
    important records. What do you do?

    2. What are cookies ? What are Cookies specification, advantages,
    disadvantages, and privacy implications?

    3. What is the role of the World Wide Web Consortium?
    What online companion can locate the W3C information?

    6. What are differences between the two- and three-tier Web client/server
    architectures?
    And what the role of each? Which architecture is the most likely
    candidate for an electronic commerce site?

    7. What is Web Portals? What is it about Web portals that make them
    attractive for advertisers? Can you tell me few example of
    portals and few elements that they all have in common?

  2. #2
    Michael Howard Guest

    Re: Internet browser, cookies, W3c, Web client/Server & web postals


    1) i'm the last person you'd want an answer from!!
    2) already answered in your follow-up posting.
    2b)the cookie spec is at http://home.netscape.com/newsref/std/cookie_spec.html
    (3) see www.w3c.org

    (3), (6) and (7) you may want to post these to broader internet audience.

  3. #3
    Eli Allen Guest

    Re: Internet browser, cookies, W3c, Web client/Server & web postals

    1) what type of security? The web site doing stuff to the client computer,
    limiting what the person using the browser can do, or something else? Lynx
    would have to be one of the most secure, but then you have to balance what
    features you want which lynx doesn't really support much of.

    2a) I personally think people worry about cookies too much. Its not like
    people are stalking you down individually, they just want to direct ads at
    you that you're more likely to click on and have usage statistics they can
    sell for money.

    these aren't security:

    6) think about implementation and what you want to do. Then decide how many
    tiers is needed to get good performance. Just be sure to make your code
    modular so it doesn't depend on stuff being on the same box.

    7) examples: www.yahoo.com www.msn.com

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    Eli Allen
    eallen@bcpl.net

    "lily chee" <l2pchee@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:3ae337e7$1@news.devx.com...
    >
    > 1. Both Netscape Navigator and Internet Explorer are loaded with
    > functionality and user-configurable settings. One of their drawbacks
    > is that the level of complexity is high. I not understand
    > about the security option, and both browsers have defaults that
    > reduce the level of security for the user. Who can tell me few features
    > available in bothe these browsers? What are their differences if

    compare
    > and contrast
    > the features?
    >
    > 2. Pretend you are the CEO of a large insurance company with thousands
    > of clients. Many of your clients are required to share with you
    > information about their possessions, their salaries, and their
    > various health risks. Obviously, your customers trust that you will
    > keep this information confidential. A large part of your business
    > is built on the trust you have established with your customers and
    > your good name. Many companies have survived on their good names alone.
    > Now, say that you discover that hackers broke into your system,
    > compromised some accounts, stole some information, and deleted some
    > important records. What do you do?
    >
    > 2. What are cookies ? What are Cookies specification, advantages,
    > disadvantages, and privacy implications?
    >
    > 3. What is the role of the World Wide Web Consortium?
    > What online companion can locate the W3C information?
    >
    > 6. What are differences between the two- and three-tier Web client/server
    > architectures?
    > And what the role of each? Which architecture is the most likely
    > candidate for an electronic commerce site?
    >
    > 7. What is Web Portals? What is it about Web portals that make them
    > attractive for advertisers? Can you tell me few example of
    > portals and few elements that they all have in common?




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