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What is HTTPS? Why Your Website Needs It and How to Get It

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Date4/29/2021 11:24:40 AM
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Secure Sockets Layer or SSL are cryptographic protocols that provide security to communications that take place across the internet. So HTTPS allows you to not only send requests to servers, but it adds a layer of security on top of this HTTP request.
The main purpose of HTTPS is then to authenticate a visited website and to prevent your private information from being stolen. This means that the information you exchange with a web development is encrypted and cannot be accessed or hijacked by a hacker or other eavesdropper.
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