SSL Certificate

denoted by HTTPS (instead of HTTP) in the URL of a website, this security certificate serves two main purposes. First, it authenticates the website providing information confirmed by the Certificate Authorities about the identity of the entity serving the website, which can be viewed by any person who selects the padlock icon on their browser’s URL bar. It also enables encryption, which ensures that sensitive information exchanged on the website cannot be intercepted and read by anyone other than the intended recipient.

it works- I used to have stuff happen about twice a year- uardio warns me any time something looks fishy

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John Robert Fleming

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Apr 26, 2020

Click Bait

It's good to know that some of the click bait which gets my attention is connected to a sketchy web site. I need the re-affirmation that I have ignored my common sense

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Jim Capillo

Trustpilot

It works very well ... I like it no telling how many times they have saved my computer from crash and burn and it also alerts you of suspicious sites ... love it and it is reasonably priced.

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Judy Gray

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