Using the Web to Provide Private Information-orA Short Paper About Password Protection Without Client Modifications

The World Wide Web offers simple, unified access to terabytes of diverse public databases ranging from high energy physics and computer science through molecular biology and Scandinavian literature. However, the key word is public: the Web’s simple and well-defined protocols (e.g., URLs and HTTP ), data formats (e.g., GIF and HTML), and browsers (e.g… CONTINUE READING