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What is TLS/SSL Protocol?

TLS (Transport Layer Security), and its now-deprecated predecessor TLS/SSL(Secure Socket Layer), are cryptographic protocols that provide secure communication over computer networks. A website that’s TLS-enabled is preceded by ‘HTTPS,’ where ‘S’ stands for ‘Secure.’ All information that flows between the browser and an HTTPS website is private, encrypted, and protected against all kinds of interception. TLS uses PKI to verify server/host/domain authenticity.

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