Communication Protocols

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1. What is the difference between HTTP and HTTPS?

  • HTTPS are used to send emails.
  • HTTPS are used for sending confidential information over the internet.
  • HTTPS is a server.
  • HTTPS are a measurement of latency.
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2. How is bandwidth measured?

  • Bits per second.
  • Bits per minute.
  • Bits per hour.
  • Bits per week.

3. What does SMTP stand for?

  • Voice Over Internet Protocol
  • Post Office Protocol
  • Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
  • Internet Message Access Protocol

4. What is the difference between POP and IMAP?

  • IMAP is expensive.
  • POP downloads the email to the computer and then deletes it from the server so it can be read offline.
  • POP uses more data to download emails.
  • IMAP needs software.

5. What is a HTTP?

  • The protocol used for the World Wide Web.
  • A website.
  • A measure of bandwidth.
  • A protocol used when receiving emails.


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