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Topology, Firewall and Cookies Online Test



This Computer Network-Topology, Firewall and Cookies Online Test helps you to Boost your Knowledge in Computer Network. In this test, we will cover the topics in the form of questions.
Topology, Firewall and Cookies are an important part of the computer network. Topology is the arrangement of the elements of the communication network. Topology is also known as to link the computer systems.

Topology is also known as the Network Topology.
There are many types of Network topology.
(1) Bus topology
(2) Hub topology
(3) Star topology
(4) Mess topology
(5) Hybrid topology

A firewall is defined as the barrier which stops the unauthorized access of packets.
There are some types of Firewalls
(1) Packet-filtering firewalls
(2) Stateful inspection firewalls
(3) Circuit-level gateways
(4) Application-level gateways (a.k.a. proxy firewalls)

Cookies are defined as the mechanism which allows the users to store their own information on own computer. We can view the location of cookies in the hard disk. Location of cookies depends on the browsers.



Instructions:
  • Total number of questions : 10.
  • Time alloted : 10 minutes.
  • Each question carry 1 mark.
  • No Negative marks
  • DO NOT refresh the page.
  • All the best :-)




What You Will Learn in

This Computer Network-Topology, Firewall and Cookies Online Test helps you to Boost your Knowledge in Computer Network. In this test, we will cover the topics in the form of questions.
Topology, Firewall and Cookies are an important part of the computer network. Topology is the arrangement of the elements of the communication network. Topology is also known as to link the computer systems.

Topology is also known as the Network Topology.
There are many types of Network topology.
(1) Bus topology
(2) Hub topology
(3) Star topology
(4) Mess topology
(5) Hybrid topology

A firewall is defined as the barrier which stops the unauthorized access of packets.
There are some types of Firewalls
(1) Packet-filtering firewalls
(2) Stateful inspection firewalls
(3) Circuit-level gateways
(4) Application-level gateways (a.k.a. proxy firewalls)

Cookies are defined as the mechanism which allows the users to store their own information on own computer. We can view the location of cookies in the hard disk. Location of cookies depends on the browsers.