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Paul Gil

Did You Know: 'Https' Means 'Secured Web Page'?

By January 31, 2013

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Yes, indeed.  The URL prefix of 'https://' means that your current web page has been encrypted so that no one can digitally eavesdrop on the page content. Https is the standard through which online banking is conducted.  Using complex mathematical algorithms, the secured web page content is scrambled for everyone other than the reader and the sender.  About.com explains more about https here...

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