HTTP in the home: it is not just about PCs

  title={HTTP in the home: it is not just about PCs},
  author={Jeffrey Erman and Alexandre Gerber and Subhabrata Sen},
  journal={Computer Communication Review},
HTTP (Hypertext Transport Protocol) was originally primarily used for human-initiated client-server communications launched from web browsers, traditional computers and laptops. However, today it has become the protocol of choice for a bewildering range of applications from a wide array of emerging devices like smart TVs and gaming consoles. This paper presents an initial study characterizing the non-traditional sources of HTTP traffic such as consumer devices and automated updates in the… CONTINUE READING
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