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Hypertext transfer protocol Informatics The most commonly used language protocol for transmitting information in Web sites; http on a web address–a URL indicates to Web browsers, “HTML spoken here”. See Client, HTML, Server, Web browser, World Wide Web. Cf Gopher.
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"We are working on a security advisory to provide customers with guidance," the company said Monday.<p>The bug affects IIS 6 users who have enabled the WebDAV (Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning) protocols, used to share documents via the Web.<p>It gives attackers a way to view protected files on the server without authorization and it could be used to upload files as well, according to Thierry Zoller, an independent security researcher who confirmed Rangos' findings.
Industry standards supported include SQL, XML, RDF, RDF Schemas, ODBC, JDBC, ADO.NET, OLEDB, SPARQL, GData, XQuery, XPath, XSLT, XML/A, OpenSearch, WebDAV, HTTP, NNTP, Atom Publishing, RSS, SOAP, GRDDL and more.
The latest version includes Caledonia's XML Signature specification, an XSLT Debugger, WSDL Analyzer, WebDAV and FTP functionality.
The Distributed Authoring and Versioning standard, known as DAV or WebDAV, has won approval from the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), the group of network designers and researchers who guide the evolution of the internet.
The solution is also able to unify different data sources, such as FTP, WebDav, SharePoint, and up to 50 others, into a single interface that is securely accessible from any mobile device or desktop.
MicaRed Inc, a developer of software solutions for iPhone and iPad, announced on Monday the release of its OverTheAir version 1.4, a WebDAV client app for iPhone and iPad.