Just checking if it's just me, or if the questions never made it into code studio. I starred what I believe the answers to be, but wanted to double check!
What does the s in https refer to?
It’s the plural of http - a more robust version of http that runs on multiple channels.
***** s is for “secure” - a version of http that is encrypted.
s is for “simple” - a simplified version of http that runs faster on modern computers
s is for “standard” - to distinguish the original http from non-standard versions like httpv and httpx
When someone tries to get you to give up personal information through email or a bogus website it is called a:
When someone attempts to compromise a target by flooding it with requests from multiple systems that is called a:
The vast majority of computer security failures are due to: