A web browser is a software application for viewing webpages. Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla FireFox, Opera, and Apple Safari are the most common web browsers.
A safer browser has the following characteristics:
► Latest version
► Automatic software patches and upgrades
► Anti-phishing functionality to notify you when you try to access a suspected fake website
► 128-bit encryption that protects data during transmission
HTTP (HyperText Transfer Protocol) is a protocol used to send data over the internet. HTTPS (HyperText Transfer Protocol using Secure Socket Layer) is a protocol that encrypts data to send it over the internet more safely. When you enter a URL into a browser, the address will begin with either HTTP or HTTPS
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is a secure communications protocol used by browsers, websites, and applications to protect information sent over the internet. SSL protocol uses encryption and authentication technologies to make sure only the intended parties can read the information.
Goal of question This question will determine if the applicant is well versed in the terminology used in web security. The applicant needs to be able to articulate highly technological topics to a wide audience. The second question will help to verify that the applicant fully understands how XSS attacks work and the impact to client information.
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