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1. HTTP Request

Application layer HTTP life cycle

A user types into their browser's address bar for the first time, presses enter, the webpage loads, and renders successfully.

Select the statements that are correct.

(Select all acceptable answers.)

The browser, being unable to locate in the local cache, contacts a DNS resolver to find the servers IP address.
The browser opens a TCP connection to the server.
The server sends the browser a GET request containing the request parameters.
The browser sends the server a request with the status code 200, indicating that it has successfully connected.
The servers response contains the web page, encoded in the format specified by the Content-Encoding attribute.

2. IP Privacy

Application layer IP Network security

Select the methods that can be used to hide your public IP address when making calls to a remote server over the internet.

(Select all acceptable answers.)

A Virtual Private Network.
A Proxy Server.
Using the HTTPS protocol.
The Transport Layer Security protocol.
Spoofing the device's MAC address.

3. RESTful Web Services

Application layer HTTP REST

Select the statements about RESTful web services that are correct.

(Select all acceptable answers.)

In HTTP/1.1, both the PUT and POST methods requests can be used to create and update resources.
A RESTful web service stores the client state as a session on the server.
In HTTP/1.1 it is mandatory that all POST requests create a new resource.
REST extends the SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) by allowing HTML requests and multiple data formats.
The Accept header field can be used to tell a RESTful web service to respond in a specific format.

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