A user is testing an application by sending requests to gather information from a network device through a REST API. The user reviews the API responses and notices an HTTP header string of “Cache-Control: max-age=3600, public”. Which two statements describe the HTTP directive? (Choose two.)
- The response can be saved in cache and the cached content is open to public access.
- The client web browser can save the response in the cache and it will expire in an hour.
- Only responses to requests with the HTTP protocol can be cached.
- The response may be stored by any cache, even if the response is normally noncacheable.
- The response can be saved in cache and the information must be refreshed after 60 minutes
Explanation: The HTTP header string is a cache control directive that indicates that (1) the response content can be saved by any cache and (2) the cached content will expire in 3600 seconds unless it gets refreshed before it expires.