[W3C] The World Wide Web Security FAQ


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1. Introduction

This is the World Wide Web Security Frequently Asked Question list (FAQ). It attempts to answer some of the most frequently asked questions relating to the security implications of running a Web server and using Web browsers.

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Sorry, no text-only or postscript version is available.

This FAQ is now available in expanded book form under the title Web Security: A Step-by-Step Reference Guide, published by Addison-Wesley Longman.

This document is © copyright 1995-2001 Lincoln D. Stein and © copyright 2001 John N. Stewart. You are free to use and redistribute it according to the terms set out in the W3C Intellectual Property Notice.

Many thanks to the following people for their helpful comments and contributions to this document:

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Lincoln D. Stein (lstein@cshl.org) and John N. Stewart (jns@digitalisland.net)

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