In order for us to use and interact with a website, we need to share private information with that website in order to perform a whole range of things, from accessing information to shopping for the latest smartphone. But how does your browser and a website interact in a secure and private way, without a third-party being able to gain access to this exchange?
In this video we look at the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol for encrypting the communication between you and the website you’re interacting with.
Let’s take a look…
What Is SSL:
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