Security features used in client-server types of network, Computer Engineering

Security features used in Client-Server types of network are as follows :

 i) Digital Signatures

ii)  Encryption / Decryption

iii) Secure Socket Layer (SSL)

iv) Firewalls.

 

Posted Date: 5/8/2013 6:05:54 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Security features used in client-server types of network, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Security features used in client-server types of network, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Security features used in client-server types of network Discussions

Write discussion on Security features used in client-server types of network
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
How non-relocatable programs are different from relocatable programs? Non relocatable program: It is one that cannot be made to execute in any type of area of storage other t

What are the advantages of having e-commerce over extranets?     Extranets are about " joining up" the supply chain-suppliers, resellers, distributors, customers, etc.-enabling

Q. Data Alignment in Arrays? Arrays are aligned to templates by ALIGN directive. ALIGN directive is used to align elements of various arrays with one another denoting that they

Described Instruction or control hazard? Ans: The pipeline can be stalled due to delay in the availability of an instruction. For instance, this may be a result of a miss in t

Syntax of recursion int fib(int num) /* Fibonacci value of a number */ {      switch(num) { case 0: return(0); break; case 1: return(1); break; default:  /* Incl

Q. What is Memory Address Register? Memory Address Register (MAR): It specifies address of memory location from that data or instruction is to be accessed (read operation) or t

Explain Implementation of the Circuits From the Boolean Expression? If the operation of the circuit is defined by a Boolean expression, a logic-circuit diagram can he implement

By using XNOR gate if the signals are similar then only the output will be one otherwise not.

What are set up time and hold time constraints? What do they mean? Which one is crucial for establishing maximum clock frequency of a circuit? Set up time is the amount of time

Explain various fields in IPV6 base header? Although IPv6 base header is double as large as an IPv4 header, this contains less information. Given diagram demonstrates the forma