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Which two are true about authentication? (Choose two.)
A. Form-based logins should NOT be used with HTTPS.
B. When using Basic Authentication the target server is NOT authenticated.
C. J2EE compliant web containers are NOT required to support the HTTPS protocol.
D. Web containers are required to support unauthenticated access to unprotected web resources.
E. Form-based logins should NOT be used when sessions are maintained by cookies or SSL session information.

B and C are correct right..

What about option D..?
 
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B & D is correct. Not C. According to specification 2.4 (Page 95):

Servlet containers that are not J2EE technology
compliant are not required to support the HTTPS protocol.

 
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