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.
Always on the ball
Always on the ball, keeping me secure, day and night!
Allen J. Exelby
I have been so impressed with the…
I have been so impressed with the timely transition to a new device without any fuss. Your notifications are timely and, dare I say, fun to read. Nice that you have a thread of humor! Thanks.
thank you for this excellent program
thank you for this excellent program. It is just perfect for my Chromebook!
Dale Forsayeth Selway