Definitions for "CGI Scripts"
Keywords:  gateway, perl, script, vulnerable, bin
CGI stands for Common Gateway Interface. This technology can create a link between such things as the Internet, software and databases. For example, a CGI script can send a request to the AccountView product file and return details of the stock quantities of a particular product. CGI programs can be written in various programming languages, such as Perl and C. One widely-used application of CGI is for forms on web pages. The data input is processed automatically by CGI.
Dedicated server
Allows for the creation of dynamic and interactive web pages. They also tend to be the most vulnerable part of a web server (besides the underlying host security).
Keywords:  leech, referrers, anti, sponsor, url
These are referrers which are used in urlâ€(tm)s. When you click on a link with a ?cgi reference you are directed to a sponsorâ€(tm)s website or an anti-leech protected file.