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Hi All
Please let me know the answer for the belwo mentioned mock-question:

Identify the authentication techniques that are based on builtin mechanisms of HTTP.




Select 2 correct options
a HTTP does not have any built in mechanism for authentication.
b BASIC
c CLIENT-CERT
d DIGEST
e FORM

Answer: b,d

My query is why option e is wrong.

Regards
Amit
 
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For FORM based authentication its the developer's job to create two html files. One for Login form and other for displaying login error message. Hence its not a builtin mechanisms of HTTP.
 
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great thanks Nagoon
 
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