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World-Wide Web (Hypertext transfer protocol daemon). An HTTP/1.0-compatible server, written by Rob McCool firstname.lastname@example.org of NCSA, for making hypertext and other documents available to World-Wide Web browsers. HTTPd is designed to be small and fast and to work with most HTTP/0.9 and HTTP/1.0 browsers. You can customise your server to execute searches and handle HTML […]
- Http proxy server
World-Wide Web A proxy server for HTTP requests. Typically an HTTP proxy or “web proxy” accepts HTTP requests containing URLs with a special prefix. The proxy removes the prefix and looks for the resulting URL in its local cache (if it is a caching proxy). If found, it returns the document immediately, otherwise it fetches […]
HyperText Transmission Protocol, Secure