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What is SSL?

Category: About Websites

SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is a protocol that provides security for communication over the internet. SSL uses encryption to protect data from being accessed by unauthorised people.

SSL also authenticates the identity of websites, ensuring that users are connecting to the correct site. When you connect to a website over SSL, you will see a green padlock in your web browser’s address bar. This indicates that the connection is secure and that your data is safe.

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