SSL || Step by Step Guide for SSL Installation

SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer, and it’s the industry standard for keeping an internet link secure and safeguarding any confidential data transmitted between two networks, preventing hackers from reading and manipulating any data sent, including potentially personal information. The two systems may be a server and a client (for example, a shopping website and a browser) or a server to server (for example, a shopping website and a browser) (for example, an application with personally identifiable information or with payroll information).

It accomplishes this by ensuring that all data exchanged between users and pages, or between two systems, is unreadable. It scrambles data in transit using encryption algorithms, stopping hackers from reading it as it passes across the network. Credit card numbers and other financial information, as well as names and addresses, are examples of confidential or personal information.

  • TLS – Transport Layer Security: is simply a more stable version of SSL that has been modified. Since SSL is a more widely used term, we still refer to our security certificates as SSL, but when you purchase SSL from DigiCert, you’re buying the most up-to-date TLS certificates with the option of ECC, RSA, or DSA encryption.
  • HTTPS – HyperText Transfer Protocol Secure: When a website is protected by an SSL certificate, it appears in the URL. By clicking on the lock symbol in the browser bar, you can see the certificate’s information, including the issuing authority and the website owner’s corporate name.

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