Don’t Risk Your Website Security—Convert it to HTTPS

Don’t Risk Your Website Security—Convert it to HTTPS | Mark Bullock

{3:45 minutes to read} We’ve all seen the following letters at the beginning of website addresses: HTTP. They stand for “Hypertext Transfer Protocol.”

Recently, more and more website addresses display an additional (HTTPS) indicating that the site is protected with a Secure Socket Layer (SSL) Certificate. An SSL Certificate is an encrypted channel for data to pass between a visitor’s browser and an SSL protected website.

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