A website security certificate is also known as an SSL, an HTTPS certificate, and an SSL server certificate. It allows websites to display that padlock in the web address bar. There are two elements that signify that a site uses: one is a closed padlock, which, depending on your browser, may be positioned in the […]
HTTPS encrypts the data you exchange for websites that use it. On the other hand, HTTP sends that same information in plain text. Look out for a padlock in the URL bar of your browser to verify HTTPS. It’s best not to perform financial transactions such as e-commerce purchases over HTTP. You can use the […]
It’s just one letter, but there’s a big difference between HTTP and HTTPS in a URL. HTTPS encrypts all page and form data on the site in question, making it crucial when using sensitive applications like online banking or online shopping. While using Wi-Fi in a cafe, hotel or school, check for HTTPS, it is […]
The “S” in HTTPS in a URL is an indication that you can trust that website with your personal information. To avoid using sites without the “S,” you can install a plugin on Google Chrome, which automatically switches sites from HTTP to HTTPS. To add the plugin: Go to Home in the Chrome web store. […]
With the holidays right around the corner, online shopping is poised for a record-breaking season in 2019. Emarketer predicts that consumers will spend over $135 billion this upcoming holiday season. The e-commerce boom precipitated a new cybersecurity threat known as e-skimming, which involves the theft of consumer payment information from online stores. If you’re thinking […]
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