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Aug, 20

Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is a protocol for enabling data encryption and site authentication on the Internet. This is done by making sure that all data transferred between the user and the site, or between two systems remain impossible to read if intercepted. Credit card numbers, medical details, and other sensitive information are transmitted only after being converted into a secure code. It uses encryption algorithms to scramble the data during transit, which prevents hackers from gaining access to it. Domain authentication reassures site users that they're interacting with the site...

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Mar, 20

Sadly this certification cannot be used on your CV when you’re applying for a jobL. So what is this certificate and why does it exist? An SSL certification (Secure Socket Layer) or TLS certification (Transport Layer Security) are protocols used to establish authentic and encrypted connections between networked computers. The best place to see SSL in action is through the internet – the biggest open network in the world. However, it’s not always cat videos and puppies, it’s far from it. Since the internet is open for everyone, there are people/entities waiting to...

Let’s Encrypt is a free SSL certificate provider and verifier. It is becoming more and more popular among small website owners. Even NASA is using it for some of it’s smaller sites (i.e. 3000 different sites) thus, you are in safe hands using them. To start with, you will need a Linux web hosting account with cPanel to install the certificate. Go to https://zerossl.com/free-ssl/#crt Enter email address (for renewal reminders) On the right-hand side, you have a field called “Domains”, add your domain to this. Include mydomain.com and www.mydomain.com....

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Apr, 19

What is SSL?

  • by Susith Nonis
  • in SSL
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What is SSL? SSL known as Secure Socket Layer is a cryptographic technology which secures any sensitive data sent over a network. SSL prevents unauthorized persons from reading and modifying the transmitted data. It makes sure that any data transferred between two parties for example between a site and the user will remain impossible to read before reaching the destination. With the use of encryption algorithms on the data being transmitted, it prevents the hackers from intercepting the connection. TLS or Transport Layer Security is an updated, more secure version of SSL but it’s still...

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