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Okay, let me start of with I "Googled" my question but I didn't really get a good answer. So I'm going to give it a shot here. Can someone please explain to me what is statefull firewalls, and whats the different between statefull and not-statefull firewalls?
How to make HTTP protocol statefull ? i need whole information about GET ,POST ,Cookies,Plug-in...and other way to make HTTP statefull?