So what exactly is an SSL Certificate? A Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Certificate is a security protocol that creates an encrypted connection between a web server and a web browser. The purpose of SSL is to safeguard internet connections and prevent unauthorized access or alteration of data exchanged between two systems. The presence of a padlock symbol adjacent to the URL in the address bar indicates that the website you are accessing is secured by SSL. The transfer of data between users and websites then becomes secure by becoming unreadable. This is achieved by encrypting the data using algorithms during
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