<TOC> (Based on Fred Cohen's guide. Updated by Jargoon, edited by Leto.) == Introduction == Filters . . . maybe use these ones just in case.|| ||**Common MIME types**|||||| ||**Data content description**||**Typical . . .
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<toc> == Issues concerning a mirror == === Authentication === * [[Authentication|What types of . . . * [[Flash|How can I get Flash websites?]] * [[MIME types]] === Filters (scan rules) === * [[Filters]] . . .
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=== What is MIME? === MIME types (Multi-Purpose Internet Mail Extensions) is an Internet standard originally . . . and subtype gif). There are a huge amount of MIME types/subtypes and they are constantly growing . . . become popular. === How does HTTrack work with MIME types? === HTTrack works as follows: * It downloads . . . downloading all necessary links. HTTrack uses MIME types as the known filetypes. On the contrary, . . . server-side files won't be sent as MIME types, as neither those files will be sent to . . .
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