Ch 13: Behind the Scenes: How the Internet Works

PGP
Which is not a common protocol used on the Internet?
a. TCP b. IP
c. HTTP d. PGP
Internet backbone.
The large collection of national and international networks that comprises the highest-speed Internet connections is known as the
a. TCP/IP pipeline.
b. Internet backbone.
c. HTTP conduit.
d. XML gateway.
Internet exchange points.
ISPs are connected to each other at
a. Internet exchange points.
b. points of presence.
c. Internet intersections.
d. DNS convergence points.
TCP/IP.
The main suite of Internet protocols used to transmit data is called
a. DNS. b. XML.
c. HTTP. d. TCP/IP.
domain name
A _________ takes the place of an IP address because it’s easier for humans to recall than a long string of numbers.
a. DNS
b. CGI
c. domain name
d. HTML
FALSE
The Internet is primarily managed by U.S. government agencies.
FALSE
Open system protocols are proprietary.
making web pages interactive.
The main use for DHTML is
a. creating a secure connection between client and server.
b. loading web pages into a browser.
c. encrypting e-mail messages.
d. making web pages interactive.
SMTP.
The protocol used to send e-mail over the Internet is
a. HTTP. b. DHTML.
c. DNS. d. SMTP.
the rules for applying formatting to an HTML document.
Cascading style sheets allow you to quickly change
a. from server-side processing to client-side processing.
b. to a more secure transport protocol.
c. the rules for applying formatting to an HTML document.
d. from HTML to XML.
downloaded and run in the client browser software.
A Java applet is
a. downloaded and run in the client browser software.
b. executed using JavaScript on the server.
c. incredibly fast because it has no load time.
d. software that runs exclusively under Mac OS X.
sending an e-mail that has a file attached.
MIME is a protocol that is used when you are
a. sending a video file to YouTube.
b. encrypting an e-mail message.
c. executing a CGI script.
d. sending an e-mail that has a file attached.
TRUE
The type of encryption most commonly used on the Internet is public-key en-cryption.
FALSE
. HTML5 allows you to create your own tags to describe data, like .